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National Hurricane Center

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  • National Hurricane Center, FIU launch hurricane site in Spanish

    National Hurricane Center, FIU launch hurricane site in Spanish
    The National Hurricane Center and Florida International University are launching a new Spanish-language website for hurricane preparation. The website will include information on hurricane science, residential mitigation strategies, preparedness, and...
  • National Hurricane Center, FIU launch Spanish hurricane site

    The National Hurricane Center and Florida International University are launching a new Spanish-language website for hurricane preparation. The website will include information on hurricane science, residential mitigation strategies, preparedness, and...
  • Disturbance aims toward Texas

    Disturbance aims toward Texas
    Tropical disturbance, 8 p.m. Sunday OUTLOOK: A disturbance over Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula has potential to strengthen into a tropical depression or storm over the next day or two, after it moves into the Gulf of Mexico. It's currently aiming toward...
  • Tropical Storm Carlos hits at Acapulco with high winds, surf

    Workers cleared hammocks and lounge chairs from beachside hotels and cafes as Tropical Storm Carlos whipped up strong winds and waves Sunday as it churned up Mexico's Pacific coast. Carlos lost its brief hurricane status early in the day then picked up a...
  • Analysis adds 333 storms to hurricane history

    Analysis adds 333 storms to hurricane history
    Hurricane experts have concluded that last month's Tropical Storm Ana set a modern-day record: When it made landfall in South Carolina on May 10, it became the earliest tropical system to hit the U.S. coastline. That honor previously belonged to the...
  • Tropical Storm Bill could form soon in Gulf of Mexico

    Tropical Storm Bill could form soon in Gulf of Mexico
    The first tropical storm of the young hurricane season (but the second of the year) is likely to form within the next day or two in the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center estimates a 90 percent chance that a system of storms off the Texas and...
  • Tropical Storm Bill forms in Gulf of Mexico, aims toward Texas

    Tropical Storm Bill forms in Gulf of Mexico, aims toward Texas
    Tropical Storm Bill, 10 p.m. Monday OUTLOOK: Tropical Storm Bill is expected to weaken into a tropical depression Tuesday night after moving inland along the Texas coast. WHAT FLORIDA CAN EXPECT: The system poses no threat to the state. PARTICULARS:...
  • Hurricane Carlos stays offshore while moving up Mexico coast

    Schools stayed closed and shelters stood ready along Mexico's southwestern coast Monday while Hurricane Carlos swirled offshore, battering beaches with high waves and strong winds. The storm grew back into a marginal hurricane, but the U.S. National...
  • The Latest: Houston-Galveston area schools cancel classes

    10 p.m. CDT Tropical Storm Bill already is having an effect on classrooms in Texas. School districts in Galveston and in southern Houston suburbs canceled classes for Tuesday. Houston school district officials said late Monday they had not made a...
  • Tropical Storm Bill could bring heavy rain from Texas to mid-Atlantic

    Tropical Storm Bill could bring heavy rain from Texas to mid-Atlantic
    Tropical Storm Bill became the second tropical cyclone of the Atlantic hurricane season late Monday, and also the second to strike the United States. The storm was just off of the central Texas coast Tuesday morning and was expected to bring 4 inches to...
  • Officials worry residents not ready for hurricane season

    Officials worry residents not ready for hurricane season
    Going a decade without a hurricane leaves emergency management officials worried that local residents have storm-prep amnesia. Hurricane Wilma, which damaged roofs and knocked out power for millions when it swept across Florida in 2005, was the last...