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Meteorological Disasters

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  • Staying Connected Throughout Hurricane Season: How One Company Is Shooting For The Stars

    Staying Connected Throughout Hurricane Season: How One Company Is Shooting For The Stars
    Would owning a satellite phone make you feel more at ease during hurricane season? A Covington based company that manufactures them says more people are buying into the idea. Vanessa Bolano has the story. Loosing cell phone service is frustrating at...
  • Warm, breezy start to the week

    Warm, breezy start to the week
    Expect a warm - if not hot - start to the week with the usual chance of afternoon storms. It also should be breezy over the next few days. South Florida's Monday forecast: Mostly sunny with afternoon highs in the upper 80s and evening lows in the mid...
  • Disturbance to soak South Florida; Tropical Storm Chris forms in Atlantic

    Disturbance to soak South Florida; Tropical Storm Chris forms in Atlantic
    The skies opened up across South Florida overnight. A tropical disturbance centered near Cuba is expected to produce 2 to 4 inches of rain over South Florida.  Periods of heavy rain moved in Tuesday evening and will likely last through Friday. Some areas...
  • Rain likely to continue; Chris becomes hurricane off Newfoundland

    Rain likely to continue; Chris becomes hurricane off Newfoundland
    After a mostly cloudy and at times rainy day Wednesday, South Florida can expect more of the same on Thursday, the National Weather Service said. “We are setting up for a wet pattern for the rest of the week,” meteorologist Pablo Santos said,...
  • Raise Your Glass: Hampden Hurricane, The Food Market

    Raise Your Glass: Hampden Hurricane, The Food Market
    The Avenue's newest addition, The Food Market, successfully combines a clean industrial aesthetic with an approachable and affordable menu, and their cocktail menu is no different. A list of all-time favorites and tweaks to classic cocktails populate...
  • From the Boathouse: What happened to the Aegean?

    Ahoy! I want to welcome you to the first official weekend of summer, and the weather will be perfect for outdoor activities and, of course, boating. The sea conditions will be a small mixed set with 2-foot swells from the west and south, and a nice...
  • Briefly a hurricane, Chris weakens into tropical storm again

    Briefly a hurricane, Chris weakens into tropical storm again
    Now it's Tropical Storm Chris again. After briefly strengthening into the first hurricane of the 2012 Atlantic storm season on Thursday morning, the system already has weakened. Not that it matters much to Florida - or any other land area for that...
  • Flood advisory issued for Broward, Miami-Dade

    Flood advisory issued for Broward, Miami-Dade
    An urban flood advisory issued for Broward and Miami-Dade counties until 8:30 p.m. on Friday has been canceled.But all is not sunny: Expect a cloudy wet weekend. Because of that disturbance in the Gulf, portions of south Florida can expect 4 to 6 inches...
  • 4 Dead, 1 Missing as Debby Moves Out of Florida

    4 Dead, 1 Missing as Debby Moves Out of Florida
    Post-Tropical Cyclone Debby headed into the Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday after leaving four people dead and one missing, and deluging Florida with buckets of rain that triggered flooding statewide. The storm lost its tropical characteristics late...
  • Storm Threat Shuts Some U.S. Gulf Oil Output

    Storm Threat Shuts Some U.S. Gulf Oil Output
    HOUSTON (Reuters) - Oil and gas producers increasingly shut down production and evacuated workers in the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday as the first weather system of the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season disrupted some operations in the prolific basin....
  • Tropical Storm Debby drifting toward Panhandle

    Tropical Storm Debby drifting toward Panhandle
    Where Tropical Storm Debby goes, nobody knows. For now the system appears to be drifting ever-so slowly toward Florida's Panhandle, although it might aim east toward the Big Bend area of the state or northwest toward Alabama. At 8 a.m. on Monday, the...