Experts Predict Three U.S. Landfalls during 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season

After a devastating blow from Superstorm Sandy in October of 2012, residents and homeowners on the Atlantic coast should anticipate another active 2013 hurricane season, according to Experts are predicting 16 named tropical storms, eight hurricanes and four major hurricanes for the Atlantic season that begins on June 1. Of these, three are predicted to make landfall in the United States. Preparing for hurricanes and other disasters is a key to their mitigation, and the Code Council offers numerous tips and recommendations to help you get ready.
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