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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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  • Scattered showers and storms today

    Scattered showers and storms today
    Expect some sun today - along with scattered showers and storms. South Florida's Wednesday forecast calls for partly sunny skies with highs in the low 90s, lows in the upper 70s and a 50 percent chance of rain. Central Florida's forecast: Mostly sunny...
  • Ask Tom: Where do hurricanes strike more often?

    Dear Tom, Where do hurricanes strike more frequently in this country, the Gulf Coast or the Atlantic Coast? — Jack Collins   Dear Jack, The archives of the National Weather Service's National Hurricane Center indicate that, since 1900, the...
  • Drones, spotted over California beaches, catch epic waves

    Drones, spotted over California beaches, catch epic waves
    The monster waves hitting Southern California thanks to Hurricane Marie brought out crowds to local beaches. The waves also brought out some drones. Some arresting footage of big waves has been posted on YouTube. One looked at the scene from Imperial...
  • Surfers race to catch massive waves across Southland

    Surfers race to catch massive waves across Southland
    Mike Lucas charged into the surf at Newport Beach's legendary Wedge, paddling out to brave waves so big they seemed to fill the sky. "You quickly realize you could be dead in a second if you don't know what you're doing," said Lucas, 26, of Huntington...
  • Catalina Island bears brunt of damage from heavy surf

    Catalina Island bears brunt of damage from heavy surf
    Just days into his vacation, Brian Pearson sat under an umbrella and stared toward the yellow caution tape stretched in front of the inviting ocean. The float his grandchildren had stood on as they played in the water just days before was now gone,...
  • Surf's down: Big California waves from Hurricane Marie to fizzle out

    Surf's down: Big California waves from Hurricane Marie to fizzle out
    Large waves from Hurricane Marie that have been pounding the Southern California coast are expected to diminish by Friday evening, according to the National Weather Service. A large south swell generated by Hurricane Marie, now a tropical storm, will...
  • Tropical Storm Cristobal tracking offshore, like Bertha

    Tropical Storm Cristobal tracking offshore, like Bertha
    Tropical Storm Cristobal is following much the same path as Hurricane Bertha took, expected to stay well off the Atlantic coast as it heads north, according to the National Hurricane Center. The storm was about 115 miles east-northeast of San Salvador...
  • Cristobal becomes third named storm of Atlantic hurricane season

    Cristobal becomes third named storm of Atlantic hurricane season
    Hurricane Cristobal formed late Monday with winds rising to 75 mph as it veered away from the continental United States, the National Hurricane Center said. Centered about 665 miles southwest of Bermuda, Cristobal is creeping north at about 2 mph and is...
  • Hurricane Cristobal forecast to bring dangerous rip currents to U.S. shores

    Hurricane Cristobal forecast to bring dangerous rip currents to U.S. shores
    Cristobal reached hurricane status late Monday, and though the storm is expected to stay clear of land, National Hurricane Center forecasters warned of dangerous rip currents expected up the East Coast. The cyclone was about 600 miles southwest of...
  • Mostly sunny and hot today; beware of rip currents

    Mostly sunny and hot today; beware of rip currents
    Because of Hurricane Cristobal, beware of rip currents at the beaches. It otherwise should be a nice, albeit hot, day. South Florida's Wednesday forecast: Mostly sunny with highs in the low 90s, lows in the upper 70s and a 20 percent chance of showers...
  • Supplies, money sought for Laguna's hurricane-ravaged sister city

    Laguna Beach residents can help Laguna's Mexican sister city, San Jose del Cabo, in the wake of Hurricane Odile, a Category 3 storm that tore through the Baja California peninsula early this week and left hundreds without water and power. Laguna Nursery...