Helping You to
Weather Any Storm

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 and Status page exists to help you find relevant, free content to read, watch, and share. This page features assets and information about disaster planning, preparation, and communication, as well as WheelHouse IT’s storm status history to date.

Storm Resources and Status History

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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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: 6/15/20 – 06:11 PM EST

Real Time Storm Response Updates

There are no active storm to report our updates on. Should a storm pose a threat to South Florida you can view real-time updates from WheelHouse IT here. We invite you to be Storm Ready by downloading our Hurricane Resources above.

General Hurricane Season Updates

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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Storm Resources and Status History

NHC Twitter Feed

  • Post-Tropical Cyclone #Fay Advisory 8: Fay Degenerates Into a Post-Tropical Low Over Eastern New York. This is the… https://t.co/esWBeoj55e 10 hours ago
  • Tropical Depression #Fay Advisory 7A: Fay Weakens to a Tropical Depression Over Southeastern New York. https://t.co/VqHn0u1vgc 13 hours ago
  • Tropical Storm #Fay Advisory 7: Fay Continues to Weaken as the Center Moves Into Northern New Jersey. https://t.co/VqHn0u1vgc 16 hours ago
  • Tropical Storm #Fay Advisory 6A: Fay Weakening as the Center Moves Northward Across Eastern New Jersey. https://t.co/VqHn0u1vgc 19 hours 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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