The Atlantic hurricane season is about to begin, and meteorologists are concerned. With the COVID-19 crisis taking center stage, most people aren’t paying attention to the potentially more dangerous circumstances we may soon face.
As of May 2020, the general weather has not been favoring the U.S. 489 tornadoes have already made landfall in and around tornado-prone areas, resulting in over 70 casualties. Experts have also indicated that there is a 69 percent chance that at least one major hurricane will make landfall along the U.S. coastline. There’s also a 95 percent chance that one hurricane will make landfall and cause damage in the U.S.
With such predictions, some experts are asking for homeowners to practice caution if they live in a potentially dangerous zone.