Hurricane Central

Hurricane season runs every year from June 1 through November 30. As the waters of the gulf heat up, storms have the fuel needed to intensify and become severe. ICT encourages those who live in areas potentially impacted by tropical storms and hurricanes to stay aware of developing conditions and be prepared for the eventuality of a storm impacting them.


 

The 2020 hurricane season produced a record number of named storms, as well as a record number of hurricanes making landfall. In Texas, Hanna, Laura and Beta brought heavy rain and strong winds to parts of the Texas coast.
 



Hurricanes and tropical storms often bring torrential rains with them, causing flooding and headaches for Texas property owners.


Hurricane Fact Sheets and FAQs

Severe Weather and Harvey by the Numbers Fact Sheet

Frequently Asked Questions about Hurricanes

Windstorm Insurance Fact Sheet

 

Hurricane Resources en español

Preguntas frecuentes sobre huracanes

Listo Establecer Preparar


Other Hurricane Resources

Texas Windstorm Insurance Association

Federal, state and local resource pages:

FEMA/National Flood Insurance Program Information:

 

Additional ICT Resource Pages

Protecting the Texas Coast

Texas Floods

Costliest Texas Storms

What to do After a Loss

ICT Events

April14

ICT Webinar - Register here!
Changing an Insured’s Bad Behavior: Distracted Driving

Sept1-2

2021 P&C Insurance Symposium
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Sept23

2021 Workers' Comp Conference
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Industry Calendar

April08

UHD Webinar - Managing Risks at General Dynamics
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April09

AAA Texas Virtual Distracted Driving Summit
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