Flood Risk

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A Flood of Change Comes with FEMA’s Risk Rating 2.0

In April, the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be updating its flood insurance risk grading systems after decades of using the same system to understand the flood risk for properties in and around flood zones. In this episode, host Maiclaire Bolton Smith sits down with Scott Giberson, principle of flood compliance at CoreLogic, to discuss the implications of this migration to Risk Rating 2.0.

Flooding in Lake Charles, LA

After being impacted by Hurricanes Delta and Laura in 2020 – and just weeks ahead of the official start to the 2021 hurricane season –

Hurricane Teddy

Hurricane Teddy is expected to reach Atlantic Canada as a post-tropical storm on Wednesday morning and will most likely have decreased wind speeds compared to

Hurricane Sally

Overnight, Hurricane Sally strengthened to a high-end Category 2 storm, making landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama with maximum sustained winds of 105mph. Interestingly, Sally made