Florida has beautiful weather all year round, with warm, sunny days, refreshing beaches, and lush tropical landscapes. If you’re sick of spending your winters inside and want to soak up the sun no matter what time of year it is, you may have considered moving to Florida. However, hurricane Florida can make it harder for your loved ones, so we have listed the areas that are the least affected by the hurricane.
Since 1930, just 77 hurricanes have been recorded in Winter Springs, making it a low-risk area. Tropical Storm Debby in 2012 was the costliest storm on record, while a mysterious storm in 1944 produced the strongest hurricane ever recorded.
There are around 36,000 residents in this city. Of them, 11.8% are not native English speakers. Those exploring their golden days want a peaceful life, and Winter Springs provides just that.
Minneola, Florida, is not very vulnerable to hurricanes, with just 72 storms recorded since 1930. The most severe storm to strike was Hurricane Dora in 1964, while the most recent storm to hit was Tropical Storm Debby in 2012. This North Central Florida village is home to 11,000 residents, 10.4% born outside the United States.
There have only been 77 hurricanes in the Orlando area since 1930, making it relatively safe from hurricanes. The most recent was Tropical Storm Debby in 2012, while the strongest was Hurricane Jeanne in 2004. By the time a hurricane makes its way to Central Florida, where Disney World and Universal Studios are situated, it has already had hours to weaken.
Wekiwa Springs, Florida, is another high-priced, low-risk hurricane town. The most recent storm was Tropical Storm Debby in 2012. There are a total of 23,000 residents, with 11.7 percent of them being non-native speakers.
Regarding hurricanes, Kissimmee, Florida, is safe. Only 76 storms have been documented since 1930, with Hurricane Francis in 2004 being the most powerful. The most recent was 2012’s Debby, a tropical storm. This city, home to over 70,000 people, is conveniently located close to Orlando.
Since just 79 hurricanes have been recorded in Gainesville, Florida, the city is not particularly vulnerable to hurricanes. Both you and your loved ones will feel safe here. Due to Gainesville’s position in north central Florida, most hurricanes seldom strengthen above the status of a tropical storm there.
Leesburg, Florida, is a safe place to live despite the state’s reputation for being a hurricane hotspot. Rarely do these storms ever reach the level of a tropical storm. There have been 77 hurricanes and tropical storms there since 1930, with the deadliest being Hurricane David in 1979. Andrea, a tropical storm in 2013, was the latest hurricane to land in Leesburg.
Virtually all Central Florida communities are well-protected against hurricane Florida because of their elevation and distance from the coast. The communities are often highly regarded for their quality of life.
If you want to live in a vibrant setting on Florida’s beautiful coast, consider Discover Village at Stuart. Speak to us to learn more!