Forgive Bermudians for questioning the existence of a hurricane drought.

In 2014, Hurricane Fay lashed the island and its white roofs with 80 mph winds. Hurricane Gonzalo hit five days later with 110-mph Category 2 gusts. And in 2015, Hurricane Joaquin charged toward the island, weakening from its Category 4 status just as it spun by.

“A busy couple of years,” said Mark Guishard, a meteorologist and program manager for Bermuda’s Risk Prediction Initiative. Read more at The Post and Courier.