"A quiet August does not guarantee a quiet Atlantic hurricane season," said Colorado State University meteorologist Phil Klotzbach.  In 1961, he said, no hurricanes formed in August, but four major hurricanes blew up in September.

September is the peak month for Atlantic hurricanes, recording more hurricanes in that basin than any other month on record, the Weather Channel said.

The calm start to the Atlantic season is a stark contrast to the wild and woolly Pacific season, where 14 storms have formed, including Hurricane Lane, which drenched Hawaii."

Doyle Rice  USA TODAY; Aug 30, 2018

Insurers best be prepared- last year a Florida Insurer deployed 360Siteview in weeks to anticipate a surge in claims volume.

See "US insurance carriers weather record storms using digital insurance claims solution"

Meanwhile wish all residents and businesses protection from adverse impact hurricanes and storms.