WheelHouse IT is dedicated to regularly providing you with up-to-date resources
and tips to help support you, your business, and your clients.

The WheelHouse IT Storm Resource Center exists to help you find relevant, complimentary content to read, watch, and share. This page features assets and information about disaster planning, preparation, and communication, as well as WheelHouse IT’s response to storms threatening South Florida.

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What’s The Biggest Hurricane Risk?

The biggest hurricane risk is not thinking a disaster can strike your business.

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Hurricane Preparation Checklist

Use this checklist to prepare and protect your business during hurricane season.

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The Top 11 Tips for Working Remotely

Strategies for staying productive while working from home or a remote location.

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Hurricane Warning Business Tips

Prepare your organization for a storm when warnings are issued for your area.

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Discussion with the NHC

Learn what is predicted for 2020 and how to prepare your business.

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Hurricane Communication Templates

Prepare your organization with proactive communication when a storm is coming.

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Emergency Contact Numbers

A comprehensive list of state and local government contact information, and more.

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Last Updated: 8/24/20 – 9:30 AM EST

Real-Time Storm Response Updates

There are no active storms at the moment. Should a storm threaten one of our coverage areas you can find real-time updates here. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back when a storm is pending. We encourage you to download any of the resources above to help ensure your business is prepared ahead of time!

Thank you,

The WheelHouse IT Team

General Hurricane Season Updates


The year 2020 continues to prove to be one of a kind. As Tropical Storm Gonzalo sets a record for becoming the earliest named “G” storm in the Atlantic Ocean, it is evident that South Florida needs to be prepared for this Hurricane Season. 

While our friends at the National Hurricane Center don’t predict Gonzalo will pose a threat to South Florida, we must realize that we have yet to hit the peak of Hurricane Season. For all things preparation, we remind you that we have built a digital Storm Resource Center for your business to leverage.

Visit www.wheelhouseit.com/storm to download your resources today! 

Additionally, we have curated a quick read about being prepared for Hurricane Season during a pandemic. Here we highlight the following to consider in your preparations: 

  • Physical Plant Operations
  • External Assistance
  • Location Challenges
  • Supply Chain Interruptions
  • Communication Channels
  • Insurance Claims Challenges
  • The People Involved

You can read the blog here: https://blog.wheelhouseit.com/planning-for-natural-disasters-should-mesh-with-pandemic-response 

As a reminder, the WheelHouse IT team is here to support you through these unique times. Should you have questions about your preparedness, reply to this email or give us a call. We are happy to assess your current situation. 


The WheelHouse IT Team


With 2020 being an “interesting” year it is more important than ever to be prepared for the 2020 Hurricane Season. Our team took some time to write out ways to be prepared for Hurricane Season during the COVID pandemic click here to visit our blog where we dive into things to think about when building your disaster recovery plan. 


As we continue our efforts to prepare for Hurricane Season, WheelHouse IT has rolled out a text message platform to communicate with you in a time of need. We encourage you to visit https://www.wheelhouseit.com/poc-update/ to help us better understand who within your organization you would like us to communicate with.

At WheelHouse IT, we understand and value your privacy. We promise to use this method of communication for highly important messages only, and will never share this information with anyone.

As we continue to prepare for Hurricane Season we also invite you to check out our new Storm Resource Center containing complimentary resources to help your business prepare. Along with real-time updates from WheelHouse IT and a Post Storm Survey to communicate with your support team on the status of your business once a storm has passed.

You can visit the Storm Resource Center here: https://www.wheelhouseit.com/storm/

Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Thank you,

The WheelHouse IT Team

On Tuesday, June 16th, WheelHouse IT spent some quality time with our friends and partners at the National Hurricane Center in Miami. We discussed what the 2020 Hurricane Season is predicted to look like, changes in the National Hurricane Center’s forecasting abilities and more. Additionally, our team wrapped up by reviewing what you can do to protect your business to be not only Storm Ready but to be ready for any disaster that might strike. We invite you to watch the webinar here.

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WheelHouse IT has broadened its position on being an authority in the IT space. On Monday, June 15, 2020 WheelHouse IT received confirmation from FEMA that they have received accreditation for being prepared for a disaster via the Ready Business Program. View the Press Release Here


It’s not breaking news that June 1st kicked off the official start to hurricane season, and while we don’t know what to expect, we’ll be talking to the experts at the National Hurricane Center for pointers. We are inviting all of our South Florida friends to drop in on this discussion as we go over hurricane preparedness and how to continue working in the event bad weather comes our way.
At this time we would also like to remind you to be on the lookout for “bad actors” targeting potential disaster victims and charitable donors following a hurricane. These generally come by way of fraudulent emails – often containing malicious links or attachments are common after major natural disasters. Please remember to exercise caution when handling emails with hurricane related subject lines, attachments, or hyperlinks. In addition, be cautious of social media pleas, texts, or door-to-door solicitations relating to severe weather events.

We wish you a safe hurricane season and invite you to visit our 2020 Storm Resource center by visiting: https://www.wheelhouseit.com/storm/  (Not comfortable clicking the link? Simply copy and paste into your browser.)

Finally, we invite you to join us Tuesday, June 16th at 1:00 PM EST as we talk to the National Hurricane Center about the 2020 Hurricane Season. Simply register at the following link: https://get.wheelhouseit.com/hurricane-discussion


The WheelHouse IT Team

Although we have adopted to working from home, it is still important to ensure that your business is prepared for Hurricane Season. Statistically, those that don’t may never fully recover from a disaster. At WheelHouse IT, we understand what it means to be storm ready!  With the 2020 Hurricane Season officially here, our team has once again, reviewed and refined our hurricane plans.

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The 2020 hurricane season begins on June 1st. Have you developed a hurricane preparedness plan to protect your business and staff in the event of an impending storm? 

Hurricane season lasts approximately six months each year with the official start date of June 1st through November 30th. For 2020, weather experts anticipate an active hurricane season with the likelihood of 14-18 named tropical storms. Seven to nine of those storms are forecast to strengthen into hurricanes with two to three storms developing into major hurricanes(category 3 or above) capable of catastrophic damage. This 2020 season is considered an above-normal season for tropical disturbances. 

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NHC Twitter Feed

  • A broad area of low pressure is expected to form over the western Caribbean Sea in a few days, and there is a mediu… https://t.co/rwg9zeq84k 1 day ago
  • Post-Tropical Cyclone #Beta Advisory 31: Heavy Rainfall Threat With Beta Has Diminished as the Center Has Become Le… https://t.co/xFBGmQ6i0y 4 days ago
  • Post-Tropical Cyclone #Beta Advisory 31: Heavy Rainfall Threat With Beta Has Diminished as the Center Has Become Le… https://t.co/o2PMi9BD2p 4 days ago
  • Post-Tropical Cyclone #Beta Advisory 30: Beta Devolving Into an Elongated Occluded Surface Low. Threat Of Heavy Rai… https://t.co/4OqVKV1cRM 5 days ago

Post Storm Survey

After a storm has passed through, you can use this form to quickly inform your support team on the status of your business.

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