CNBC, Aug 25 2016 – Traveling ahead of Labor Day? Watch the weather

Published by Steven Benna August 26, 2016

Worries that there could be a hurricane typically aren’t covered, unless you bought a cancel-for-any-reason policy, said Rachael Taft, a spokeswoman for travel insurance comparison site Some policies allow for cancellation once there’s a hurricane warning in effect for your destination; others may require a more substantial effect like a flight or cruise delay, or accommodations rendered uninhabitable because of the storm.

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