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The the the really big part of that is not only the we've had some very in hintz hurricane seasons as of late and the storms are staying on track a little a bit longer than what they historically have and about two years ago I I did will leave are really starting to get into having more and more and more and more clients traveling on a very regular basis because when we first started when when when I first started with Pixie we may be traveled I don't know eight to ten clients a year but then once our client count we started to take up where where we had clients travelling at least every month that was kind of where I started to do a little bit of research on how much hurricane the impact central Florida and what the seasons are and what I what I found was peak season in the Atlantic Basin for hurricanes is September tenth so you go in like the two to three weeks prior to September knbr ten or the two to three weeks after September tenth what you're most likely going to find is that you're going to have at least East one named storm in the Atlantic Basin at that time whether it's a tropical depression whether it's just something that's kind of loosely forming or whether it's a bona fide hurricane but over the last Hundred Years on September tenth there have been fifty storms within that hundred years that have been active in the Atlantic Basin as a hurricane on September tenth so you really that September tenth week you're looking at a fifty fifty shot as to whether there's going to be a hurricane in the Atlantic basin not saying it's headed toward central Florida but an active hurricane in the Atlantic basin or not so fifty fifty percent shot as you get closer in to that November range you read more of a ten percent shot and if you back up into the very early part of hurricane season is say for instance between July tenth and August first you run less than less than five percent chance so that really ticks up beyond a twenty percent chance beginning August twentieth and ending about October Twentieth So August Twentieth October twentieth you run anywhere between the twenty to fifty percent chance of having an active hurricane in the Atlantic basin so and that's my meteorology report but what you have to realize to with that is that that doesn't necessarily mean that you shouldn't travel during that time absolute Louis it just means you need to be prepared for a possibility of something to happen in all the years that we've been doing this I think I've only really encountered where Disney has closed three times in ten years so that's something that can that are too because in reality it means that the storm doesn't actually hit the Orlando era airport air area so with the fifty percent Mansa doesn't mean it's going to hit Florida it means it could hit somewhere out in the Caribbean it means a lot of.