We had a 1 in a 100 years hurricane in 2003. Well since then we have had two others each one stronger and more destruction. So the 100 years is gone.
We had a 1 in a 100 years hurricane in 2003. Well since then we have had two others each one stronger and more destruction. So the 100 years is gone. We personally have not had the house or tree damage but so many around us have. I have seen it impact the power grid and people I know suffered major damage to their homes. Sea level is rising and many storms create more erosion of the shoreline. It is increasing, We have had major hot spells and this year a low snow coupled with a very dry for us spring, left our area vulnerable to, and has resulted at early and large wild fires. One was an outbreak in “suburban areas within 7 km of our home. So the reality that this will be happening more frequently or worse is very present danger.
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