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Hurricane Irene 2011

Hurricane Irene  2011
Hurricane Irene  2011

Hurricane Irene – Friday August 26th, 2011

Hurricane Irene 2011 State Public Adjuster Randell Smith

Hurricane Irene makes landfall today, Friday August 26th. The following article is the current update and includes the expected path of Hurricane Irene as it makes landfall and progresses up the Eastern Coasline. Visit State Public Adjuster for current news on Hurricane Irene.

Hurricane Irene weakens as it arrives at the coast of the Carolinas, according to the National Hurricane Center. As of 2:00 PM the storm was located at 31.2N 77.5W with maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour. The storm is located about 300 miles SSW of Cape Hatteras North Carolina and is moving North at 14 miles per hour.

 Currently Hurricane Irene has caused a hurricane warning that is in effect for Little River Inlet, NC and extending to Sandy Hook New Jersey. Other areas included in the warning are: PamlicoAlbemarleCurrituck SoundsDelaware Bay and Chesapeake Bayjust South of Drum Point.

Effectively under a hurricane watch for Hurricane Irene are the areas including those North ofSandy Hook to the Mouth of the Merrimack RiverMassachusettsNew York CityLong IslandLong Island SoundBlock IslandBostonMartha’s Vinyard and Nantucket.

Advisories are also issued for tropical storm warnings in effect for the Northern area of Edisto Beach SC to Little River Inlet, as well as Chesapeake Bay from Drum Point North and the Tidal Potomac.

Hurricane Irene is expected to continue today and make a North-Northeast turn by Saturday. The center of Hurricane Irene will approach the Coast of North Carolina by this evening passing over on Saturday and continuing to effect the Mid-Atlantic coast on into the night on Saturday and Sunday.

Some potential dangers include high hurricane force windsstorm surges (increasing the water levels 6-11 feet above ground level), and increasing rainfall (6-15 inches).

Of course in the aftermath of a storm of this magnitude there will likely be storm damages. If you are affected by Hurricane Irene, please know that our prayers go out to you first and foremost. If it is at all possible to get out of the area of impact for the duration of the storm we encourage you to do so. When the storm passes, and you find that you need assistance recovering from your losses we hope that you will consider hiring a public adjuster to inspect your property damage. Public adjusters represent you, the insured, and not the insurance companies. A public adjuster examines your real property damage and helps you to get a fair claims settlement with your insurance company. Don’t settle for less than what is right and fair. Have a public adjuster offer you a second opinion on what he feels in his professional experience is the maximum settlement.

Contact State Public Adjuster, Randell Smith at http://www.statepublicadjuster.com to arrange a proper inspection of your property. Randell Smith is licensed in several states in the United States to serve as your public adjuster. Randell has a vast amount of experience in the construction industry and has a trained eye to see problems that have resulted from storm damages that many insurance adjusters might overlook. Contact us today!

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