Hurricane Season 2022

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It’s official: Regarding hurricane season 2022, the NOAA suspects that a storm’s coming.

With an anticipated 14-21 named storms, 6-10 hurricanes, 3-6 major hurricanes and a 65% chance of above-average conditions, you can expect to have a few of your routes get rained on this year.

To prevent an inconvenient or even dangerous situation, we’ve compiled a few pro tips to help you brave the storms of 2022.


Where to Get Good Information for Hurricane Season 2022

For minute-to-minute updates on rising hurricanes, check out NOAA, National Weather Service or Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Though each website is helpful in providing timely updates, try following each account on Twitter (and turn on your notifications), for real-time information and updates.

In addition to official weather platforms, it may also be wise to follow truck stop services like Love’s and TA. These companies frequently share stop outages to social media, giving you a heads up if your stop is closed.


Prepare for the Worst 

Many assume that the danger of a hurricane lies in the torrential rainfall, blustering winds and terrible road conditions—but this simply isn’t true.

The true danger of a hurricane season 2022 is becoming stranded without resources.

Though it’s always ideal to avoid a hurricane altogether, here are a few items you should keep on hand in a worst-case-scenario:

  • Blankets
  • Batteries
  • Flashlights
  • Rain gear
  • Portable phone chargers
  • Non-perishable food
  • Plenty of water

Though having supplies is important, trying to plan your loads with a few different route options is critical. This can be the difference between a load delivered and an involuntary swim.

For more tips on weathering hurricane season 2022, check out this article.

If you can stay updated with good information, plan ahead and take the time stock up, you’ll be able to stay dry and on the road this season.

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