By Diane Tait Image courtesy flickr While there are no named storms currently churning through the Atlantic, that doesn’t mean we Floridians are out of the woods yet, since hurricane season isn’t officially over until November 30. So far this year, there has only been one named Atlantic storm which came and went without incident in late May. That being said, NOAA has predicted a total of thirteen named storms, including five hurricanes for 2019. The problem is, by the time the public hears about the approach of a named storm, it’s almost too late to do much about it. With that in mind, I thought I’d take a few moments to jot down what business owners need to know when a hurricane heads this way.