Looks like we will likely make it through the 2009 hurricane season with nary a storm of any kind making landfall in the Sunshine State. Of course, that still does not stop the major insurance carriers from crying poverty. Thank goodness the little companies are picking up the slack. Personally, I hope these smaller firms make a bundle for assuming the risk the "big boys" were too afraid to take.
At this point it would be very unusual for a storm to start up. The waters in the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico are getting too cool to power-up the major hurricanes. Though it is possible, it is unlikely. Let's keep our fingers crossed.
For those of you who are currently paying high insurance rates, you may want to check with your agent and others after the season is over, perhaps in January 2010, and see if cheaper rates are available.
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