Hurricane Season 2023: Named Storms and How to Prepare

Predictions for named storms in 2023: here's what you can expect and how you can prepare for the upcoming hurricane season.
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With hurricane season quickly approaching, it’s important to start thinking about what you can do to prepare for any potential storms that may come South Florida’s way. Colorado State University has released its predictions for named storms in 2023: here’s what you can expect and how you can prepare for the upcoming hurricane season.

What to Expect

After a 2022 “near normal” Atlantic hurricane season, Colorado State University (CSU) predicts that the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season will be “slightly below average” with 13 named storms and 2 major hurricanes making landfall.

While this may come as a relief for some, it’s important to note that even with a slightly below-average season, the potential for significant impacts from hurricanes should not be taken lightly.

Preparedness and proactive measures are still crucial for the safety of your home and family. CSU’s team projects six hurricanes for 2023, two of which could be major hurricanes, highlighting the need for continued vigilance and preparedness efforts.

How to Prepare

One of the most important things you can do to prepare for the hurricane season is to create a plan. This should outline what you will do in the event of a storm, where you will go, and how you will stay safe. Make sure that you have enough supplies, including non-perishable food, drinking water, and medication, to last for several days.

It’s also important to prepare the exterior of your home for any potential storms. Make sure that any loose items in your yard, such as patio furniture or toys, are secured or moved inside. Consider adding hurricane shutters or purchasing plywood to board up your windows.

If you’re local to South Florida, it’s important to know who to call to prepare before the storms and after should you experience any roof damage. That’s where we, at Native Roofing, come in. Our experienced team can help you prepare your roof for hurricane season and repair any damages after a storm.

Another important step in hurricane preparedness is to review our comprehensive Hurricane Preparedness checklist blog.This provides a detailed list of steps to take before, during, and after a storm to keep your family and property safe.


As we approach another hurricane season, know that it only takes one powerful storm to cause significant damage. That’s why it’s essential to create a plan, stock up on supplies, and secure your home’s exterior.

As South Florida Natives, our best advice is to:

  • Create a Plan
  • Stock Up on Supplies
  • Secure Your Home’s Exterior

If you’re local to Broward, Palm Beach, and the surrounding areas, it’d be a smart move to contact us this month for a roof inspection. Our experienced team can ensure your roof is in top shape to withstand storms.

Don’t wait until it’s too late! Taking proactive measures and being prepared can make a significant difference in mitigating potential damages during hurricane season.

By taking these steps and preparing early, you’re ready for whatever Mother Nature delivers this hurricane season 2023. And, in case your roof does sustain damage, we’ll repair it promptly to prevent further issues. Stay safe everyone!

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