As seen during the fall of 2017, hurricane season can bring tremendous loss to all citizens and residents of affected areas as well as to tourists and travelers.
On September 13, 2018, Hurricane Florence reached land as a Category 2 hurricane; however, the size of the storm was one of the largest in history. The storm brought damaging winds of up to 85 mph and several feet of storm surge.
As the Carolinas continue to deal with the after-effects of Hurricane Florence, several other tropical storms have already been named and are being monitored closely by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). A complete list can be found at https://www.weather.gov/.
Earlier this year, the NOAA released the following estimates for the following 2018 hurricane season:
- 10-16 tropical systems
- 5-9 systems becoming hurricanes
- 1-4 hurricanes being category 3 or higher
For assistance in determining if you should purchase travel insurance during hurricane system, you can get more information here: 2018 Hurricane Season.
* Other benefits may also be available depending on the type of coverage purchased and the specific circumstances of the loss. Please refer to the plan for complete terms and conditions of coverage. This is a brief description of coverage provided under form series TP-210 and TP-401 and is subject to the terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of the plan. Please see the plan for complete details. Coverage may vary or may not be available in all states.
SOURCE International Medical Group (IMG)