The 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season is expected to be the most active since 2012, according to a forecast released Friday by The Weather Company. A total of 14 named storms, 8 hurricanes and 3 major hurricanes are forecast during the coming season.
A season can deliver many storms, but have little impact, or deliver few storms and have one or more hitting the U.S. coast with major impact. The U.S. averages between 1 to 2 hurricane landfalls each season, according to NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division statistics. However, the number of U.S. landfalls has been much below average in the last decade.
Bottom line: The U.S. is due for another hurricane strike sooner rather than later, but it’s impossible to know if that will occur this season. Keep in mind, however, that even a weak tropical storm hitting the U.S. can cause major impacts, particularly if it moves slowly, resulting in flooding rainfall.
Please be prepared and call us now to top off your generators. Don’t wait until a storm is heading our way, that may be too late! Call 954-978-6600 NOW!
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Boys & Girls Clubs Annual Dinner Auction
Sherrif Scott Israel,Susan Israel,
Florida Panthers 49th Annual Dinner Auction Presented by Allegiance Crane & Equipment was held on April 30, 2016 at The Seminole Hard Rock Casino. 2016 Hall of Fame inductees were Philanthropists Alligator Ron Bergeron and Ali Waldman.
Broward County’s longest established fundraiser hosted the community’s “who’s who”. The evening started at 6pm and was Black Tie Optional. It featured the area’s largest silent auction, seated dinner, dancing to the band “No Limits” and charity auction.
This prestigious event benefits the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.
Need Diesel Exhaust Fluid?
We Can Deliver 2.5g jugs!
With Your Fuel Delivery, Other Items Also Available!
Simply let us know when you place your fuel order and we will be sure to have a jug of DEF on the truck for you. Cost is only $12.95/jug! We also have the ability to deliver pails of motor oil, hydraulic oil, tube grease and a few other items with your fuel delivery. Ask us next time!
Word/Phrase of the Month:
The scuttlebutt is a cask on a ship containing the vessel’s drinking water. It was named this as the container was traditionally a small barrel, the so-called “butt,” which had been “scuttled” — had a hole made in it — so water could be accessed. As sailors would often gather around the scuttlebutt to chat, the word has also taken on a slang meaning of rumor or gossip.