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Florida insurers prepared for hurricanes

Recent Tropical Storm activity in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean remind us of one thing: Florida is Ground Zero for tropical weather activity.

In June, parts of Florida’s Gulf Coast became inundated with rain, causing flash flooding, tornado spin-offs and heavy wind as Tropical Storm Colin made landfall in Florida’s Big Bend. While Colin never became a hurricane, the tropical storm caused plenty of damage and disruption, and it exemplifies what could be in store on a much grander scale.