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Meteorological Disasters

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  • NOAA expects more storms this hurricane season

    As the fifth named storm of the season fell apart in the Caribbean Thursday, federal hurricane forecasters rolled out an update their predictions for the rest of what they still say will be an "active" season. The August outlook calls for a slight...
  • Tropical Storm Emily falls apart; no longer a threat to Florida

    Tropical Storm Emily falls apart; no longer a threat to Florida
    RIP: Tropical Storm Emily. That is, unless it regenerates over the next day or two, and there is "some potential" for that to happen, said senior hurricane specialist Lixion Avila of theNational Hurricane Center. Otherwise, the storm, which had...
  • Emily's remnants given high chance of regenerating

    Emily's remnants given high chance of regenerating
    What's left of Tropical Storm Emily may make a comeback. In its 2 p.m. tropical outlook on Friday, the National Hurricane Center gave the system, now an area of low pressure, a 60 percent chance of redeveloping over the next two days. Although it...
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  • Two new tropical waves emerge in the Atlantic

    Two new tropical waves emerge in the Atlantic
    Just in time to greet the busiest stretch of the season, two new tropical waves have emerged in the Atlantic. Neither one poses an immediate threat to the U.S. coastline. One, however, bears watching over the coming days simply because it’s...
  • Three tropical waves moving through the Atlantic

    Three tropical waves moving through the Atlantic
    Now we have three tropical waves scattered across the Atlantic, two near Africa and one near Florida. Although it's too early to say where they might go, the two waves near Africa are most worth watching because they are in a region wherehurricanes...
  • Schnellenberger announces he is retiring at end of this season

    Schnellenberger announces he is retiring at end of this season
    After 52 years of coaching, after helping guide the Miami Dolphins to their perfect season as an assistant coach, after leading the University of Miami to its first national championship, and after creating Florida Atlantic's program from scratch,...
  • Who is in line to follow Schnellenberger as coach at FAU?

    Who is in line to follow Schnellenberger as coach at FAU?
    With FAU coach Howard Schnellenberger announcing that this will be his final season, speculation has already begun about who will replace the legendary coach who created the program and has been its only coach. Athletic Director Craig Angelos will make...
  • Four tropical disturbances brewing; two bear watching

    Four tropical disturbances brewing; two bear watching
    Four tropical disturbances are now brewing in the Atlantic, all with potential to spin up into depressions or storms over the next few days. The two in the eastern Atlantic most bear watching because they are moving generally toward the Lesser Antilles,...
  • Whether you own or rent a condo, you should know these hurricane season tips

    Whether you own or rent a condo, you should know these hurricane season tips
    When you live in a South Florida condominium – whether as a owner or renter – there are some things you should keep in mind during hurricane season to keep yourself safe and loved ones. For instance, those living amid the top floors of high-...
  • New depression forms; no threat to land

    New depression forms; no threat to land
    A new tropical depression has formed in the western Atlantic, but it poses no threat to land. At 5 p.m. on Friday, TD-6 was about 260 miles north of Bermuda, moving northeast at 16 mph with sustained winds of 35 mph. It's forecast to grow into Tropical...