Clearwater Beach Hurricane Season
It’s early September 2018. We have just watched Tropical Storm Gordon push through the Gulf of Mexico, flooding the streets in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas. Now we are keeping our eyes on Hurricane Florence in the Atlantic. Hurricane Florence is tracking towards Bermuda but could turn at any time. Behind Hurricane Florence, there are two more storms starting to build that could be headed towards the United States. It’s officially the peak of the Clearwater Beach Hurricane Season.
The North Atlantic Ocean Hurricane Season, that includes the storms that would hit Clearwater Beach, actually started back in June and continues through November. The peak of Clearwater Beach Hurricane Season begins in mid-August and continues through September.
Clearwater Beach Hurricane – What To Do
If you have rented a beachfront condominium from Surfside Condominiums or The Villas of Clearwater Beach during the Clearwater Beach hurricane season, here’s what to do…
You need to keep an eye on the weather before you head to Clearwater Beach, Florida.
If beautiful beach weather is predicted. Great! Head to Clearwater Beach, relax, enjoy and have a wonderful trip. Maybe even walk down the beach to Palm Pavilion and grab a Hurricane at the bar – enjoy some great food and drinks right on the beach!
When you check the weather before the trip if there’s a hurricane headed towards Florida keep in touch with us before your trip. Call us, email us, reach out to us through our live chat system on our website. We will help answer any questions you may have. It is rare that a storm will require Clearwater Beach to be evacuated, but if that is the case during your trip B&W Management, Inc. will refund you.
If you’re interested in watching the Clearwater Beach Weather live, check out our Live Webcam! Our HD Webcam runs every day. You can take a look at the beach live at any time. Enjoy the same view you’ll have from the balcony of a beachfront condominium! Find our webcam here and even watch some of the highlights from the past such as: Tropical Storm Alberto on Clearwater Beach, beautiful Clearwater Beach sunsets, Hurricane Irma on Clearwater Beach, and a fireball pushing through the night sky over Clearwater Beach!
If you need more information on being prepared for a Clearwater Beach hurricane, please review the Pinellas County, Florida All-Hazards Guide. Download the full guide by clicking here.
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