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Hurricane Florence punished the North Carolina coast with over 12 feet of storm surge and wind gusts to 105 mph as it moved inland on... [Read More]
You don't want to be near the coast. Encourage anyone you know still in this situation to leave — you may well be saving their... [Read More]
Over the next three to five days as the most active four weeks of the hurricane season, in which 50 percent of historical tropical cyclone... [Read More]
Just three weeks from the historical peak of hurricane season, there are again no disturbances of any account in the Atlantic or Gulf of Mexico. [Read More]
The tropical Atlantic has at long last showed faint signs of life in the past few days, breaking a nearly month-long streak of inactivity. [Read More]
For the third consecutive week, not only are there no organized tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico or Caribbean Sea. [Read More]
As forecasters lowered expectations for the 2018 hurricane season, the Tropics, perhaps having something to prove, produced not 1 but 2 hurricanes. [Read More]
We'll be updating our outlook in early August, but I'm expecting to further diminish our already bearish forecast for hurricane risks in 2018 then. [Read More]
Rapid small-scale climate changes played a large role in the Eastpoint fire spreading so quickly. [Read More]
Look for Florida weather to remain solidly in the wetter and less hot (but still, you know, hot) mode this week thanks to tropical moisture. [Read More]
High pressure developing over the Southeast will keep Florida drier and thus hotter than normal for the next 5-7 days. [Read More]
Happy hurricane season, Tropical Weather Fans! [Read More]
Alberto will likely fall short of Trigger Warning criteria for the Big Bend, as the main impact will be occasional heavy rains over the next... [Read More]
This shift is potentially a big deal for Tallahassee, which is on the western edge of the accumulating snow or ice. [Read More]
As the days of hurricane season 2017 dwindle down to a precious few, the Atlantic Ocean is thankfully quiet Wednesday. [Read More]
Besides Tropical Storm Rina near the northeast U.S., there are no tropical disturbances likely to become depressions or storms. [Read More]
There are no active tropical depressions, storms, or hurricanes in the Atlantic today. [Read More]
All models and ensembles bring the system northeast across either South Florida or the Bahamas overnight Saturday into Sunday. [Read More]
The hurricane season is heading towards garbage time, with barely 3 percent of U.S. landfalls occurring after Oct. 25. [Read More]
Western Europe has more to worry about that we do this week; category 1 Hurricane Ophelia in the far eastern Atlantic and could pass... [Read More]
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