Where in Florida is Jim Cantore?

Greetings Floridians!

Hurricane season is almost here! Can you believe it? 🌀 In just under three weeks, we’ll be bracing ourselves for whatever Mother Nature has in store for us. And let’s be real, the thought of dealing with a hurricane is overwhelming, with all the talk of the cone of uncertainty, storm surge, feeder bands, eyewall, and eye, blah, blah, blah… But fear not, my friends! We’ve got your back and are here to help you prepare for the storm protecting yourself and your personal information.

Meteorologists across Florida are gearing up for the start of hurricane season on June 1st. We all know that Florida weather can be unpredictable, so it’s essential to stay informed and prepared for any potential storms that may come our way. And let’s face it; having a plan in place is crucial!

For us Floridians, seeing Jim Cantore 🥺 on TV is a clear sign that we need to take action. He’s often sent to cover the most severe and dangerous weather events. So make sure your storm preparations are completed by the time he shows up.

While we can’t predict what this year’s hurricane season will bring, we can take steps to protect ourselves and our property. This includes creating an emergency kit with essentials like spare batteries, non-perishable food, water, and medications. As well as food, snacks, and medicines for our fur babies, securing our home, and checking insurance coverages. Oh, and let’s not forget about the all important adult beverages because, after a storm, we all need a little R&R! 🍺🍷🥃

Protecting your personal information during natural disasters is just as important. So, keep these tips in mind:

  • Keep key documents safe and make extra copies.
  • Create a record of your valuables and equipment.
  • Reconstructing records.
  • IRS can provide tax relief after a disaster.

And remember, we can protect ourselves and our loved ones by taking the necessary precautions and staying informed. So, let’s brace ourselves, keep calm, and hope for an uneventful hurricane season!

Wishing you a weekend full of laughter, good vibes, and no hurricanes!

Cheers, 🍻

Ali “shutters on, shutters off” Schneider

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