Hurricane season in the United States runs from June 1 through November 30, each year. Having a plan for your response to an approaching hurricane or tropical storm is critical to your successful management of the storm’s impact and aftermath. The City of Plant City strongly encourages our residents and visitors to be prepared and to have a plan of action in place well in advance of any storm that may develop. Advance preparation, as opposed to last minute scrambling, is your best strategy for minimizing the risks of hurricane season. To aid you in your preparations and to assist you in dealing with any storms that may threaten our area, we are providing several readiness articles along with videos and Internet links to help you plan your response during a major weather event.
Current Tropical Conditions and Preparedness Videos
|Current Atlantic Tropical Cyclones and Disturbances||NHC Hurricane Preparedness Day 1 - Overview of a Hurricane|
|NHC Hurricane Preparedness Day 2 - Storm Surge||NHC Hurricane Preparedness Day 3 - Wind|
|NHC Hurricane Preparedness Day 4 - Inland Flooding||NHC Hurricane Preparedness Day 5 - The Forecast Process|
|NHC Hurricane Preparedness Day 6 - Get a Plan!||NHC Hurricane Preparedness Day 7 - Taking Action|