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Virginians urged to prepare for brunt of hurricane season

As the nation begins to recover from the destruction left by Ida, Virginians are reminded to stay vigilant about the threat of floods from future storms, a release from the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation advised.The Atlantic hurricane season continues through Nov. 30. Conditions still exist for an above-average hurricane season, according to the annual mid-season update from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service.

There’s still time to obtain flood insurance coverage before the end of the season. Here are a few flood insurance facts to consider:—Standard homeowner’s and renter’s insurance policies do not cover damage from floods.—A new flood insurance policy takes 30 days to become effective.—Renters may obtain a contents-only flood insurance policy to protect belongings.—One inch of water in a 2,500-square-foot home can cause upwards of $25,000 in damages.

“The Virginia Depart...

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