NOAA updates 2020 hurricane season forecast.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) revised their 2020 hurricane season forecast to “extremely active” yesterday, as several U.S. states begin to recover from Hurricane Isaias. This change reinforces the importance of carefully monitoring weather events in real-time to adjust risk management strategies, as plans made one day can quickly become moot with new information.

Risk and insurance professionals use Maptycs for real-time weather monitoring and geospatially analyze how changes affect their previous assessments. Visit our website to learn how others are taking advantage of GIS to mitigate the threats of 2020.

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