2017 Hurricane Season

By | November 29, 2017

The 2017 Hurricane Season was one of the busiest on record!

Hurricane Season, the time of year most likely to produce devastating storms, is finally over for this year. The 2017 Hurricane Season ran from June 1 until November 30 and yielded a whopping 18 total storms, the most powerful of which impacted the South Florida and Caribbean areas. Lets take a took at the stats for this seasons most powerful storms.



Duration of storm: September 5 – September 26

Strength at landfall: N/A

Total deaths: 1

Cost of damage: Minimal



Duration of storm: October 9 – October 16

Strength at landfall: Category 3

Total deaths: 54

Cost of damage: $71 million



Duration of storm: August 30 – September 12

Strength at landfall: Category 5

Total deaths: 134

Cost of Damage: $66.77 billion



Duration of storm: August 17 – September 1

Strength at landfall: Category 4

Total deaths: 91

Cost of damage: $198.63 billion (costliest on record)



Duration of storm: September 16 – September 30

Strength at landfall: Category 5

Total deaths: 103

Cost of damage: $103.45 billion

This year has been one of the most intense storm seasons in recorded history, but as always, we pulled together and weathered the storm. While there are still some places here in the US and the Caribbean islands trying to recover and rebuild, SERVPRO Ft. Lauderdale North and SERVPRO of Plantation has your back.

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