News 6 meteorologist answers hurricane-related questions here

New to Central Florida? What questions do you have about hurricane season?

Rewatch News 6's special day of coverage dedicated to hurricane preparedness.

ORLANDO, Fla. – Each year, News 6 organizes a hurricane special and publishes stories with information you need to know to prepare for storm season to’s hurricane page.

This year, we want to make sure we’re touching on any and every hurricane-related concern you may have. Are you a first-time homeowner? New to Central Florida and have yet to experience a powerful hurricane? What about prepping your pets for a storm? Worried the ongoing coronavirus pandemic may change how Florida prepares for and responds to disasters?

[DOWNLOAD: News 6 Hurricane Preparedness Checklist]

We invited viewers to ask any questions they had about preparing for hurricane season, what to do during a storm and how to recover after one hits in the comments section at the bottom of this story. We passed along appropriate questions to News 6 meteorologist Jonathan Kegges, who answered them live during our hurricane special.

Kegges answered the questions during a live chat at 7 p.m. on June 1. You can see the questions and answers in the comments sections below. You can also rewatch the chat using the media player below.

The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through Nov. 30.

Visit now through the end of the season for a list of county-by-county resources and other tips to prepare for a storm.

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