2018 Hurricane Season Wrap-Up

Hurricane season in the Atlantic is winding down, and it looks relatively quiet on the horizon. November 30th is the official end of hurricane season as the Atlantic begins to cool and conditions become less favorable for development. Keep reading to see our full wrap-up.

Here’s How Weather Data Is Making a Huge Difference After Hurricane Florence

See a storm recap of Florence and its major impacts. Also see how using Respond Hurricane helped insurance carriers prepare.

Approaching the 2018 Hurricane Season Peak

The Atlantic hurricane season is here; in fact, hurricane season officially runs from June 1 to November 30. This post will take a look at the 2018 Forecast.

January Update: Harsh Winter Sweeps Across the U.S.

As cold temperatures persisted across much of the U.S. through last weekend, the East Coast recovers from a strong winter storm.

August 2017 Preview: Historical Catastrophe Activity

The National Hurricane Center says a named storm forms in the Atlantic Basin in June once every other year.

April 2017 Preview: Historical Catastrophe Activity

Since 2007, PCS has designated 41 catastrophes in the month of April, an average of just fewer than four per month.

March 2017 Preview: Historical Catastrophe Activity

Since 2007, the average catastrophe frequency for the month of March is 3.2 events, with 220,000 claims generating $1.4 billion in industry losses.