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National Hurricane Center

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  • Bermuda fares better than expected from hurricane's direct hit

    Bermuda fares better than expected from hurricane's direct hit
    Hurricane Gonzalo scored a direct hit on Bermuda Friday night into Saturday morning, pummeling the tiny island chain with rain and howling winds that downed trees and knocked out power but spared it catastrophic damage or death. Much of the Atlantic...
  • Hurricane Gonzalo makes landfall in Bermuda; 22,000 without power

    Hurricane Gonzalo makes landfall in Bermuda; 22,000 without power
    Bermuda is being pummeled by wind and rain from Hurricane Gonzalo, which has made landfall along the south-central coast, according to the  National Weather Service.  The Category 2 storm has sustained winds of 110 mph, with even stronger gusts on...
  • Category 4 Hurricane Gonzalo poses major threat to Bermuda

    Category 4 Hurricane Gonzalo poses major threat to Bermuda
    Hurricane Gonzalo, 8 p.m. Thursday OUTLOOK: Hurricane Gonzalo continues to intensify, now packing top winds of 145 mph, making it a powerful Category 4 system - and by far the strongest storm this season. The compact hurricane also remains on course...
  • Strong Hurricane Gonzalo aims toward Bermuda

    Strong Hurricane Gonzalo aims toward Bermuda
    Hurricane Gonzalo, 5 a.m. Wednesday OUTLOOK: Hurricane Gonzalo has turned into a Category 3 storm and, according to the National Hurricane Center, could become a Category 4 storm by Thursday.  On its current track, Gonzalo poses a threat to Bermuda...
  • Hurricane Gonzalo is year's second major storm

    Hurricane Gonzalo is year's second major storm
    Hurricane Gonzalo is maintaining strength as a Category 3 cyclone, the second major storm of an otherwise remarkably quiet season in the Atlantic. The storm had winds of up to 125 mph as it churned about 660 miles south of Bermuda as of 8 a.m.,...
  • Easy hurricane year in the Atlantic? Thank the Pacific

    Easy hurricane year in the Atlantic? Thank the Pacific
    Fourteen hurricanes, a record eight of them major, have emerged so far this season — in the Eastern Pacific. That's good news for hurricane-prone South Florida because whenever the Pacific is extremely busy, the Atlantic storm season is generally...
  • Tropical Storm Gonzalo forecast to become a hurricane

    Tropical Storm Gonzalo forecast to become a hurricane
    Tropical Storm Gonzalo, 5 a.m. Monday OUTLOOK:  Gonzalo sped up its westward progress and is forecast to become a hurricane by Tuesday. It is expected to continue to move west through Monday. A turn to the west-northwest is forecast on Monday night. The...
  • Mostly sunny and warm this holiday weekend

    Mostly sunny and warm this holiday weekend
    It should be a nice Columbus Day weekend to play outdoors with lots of sun and little chance of rain. It also should be breezy. South Florida's Friday forecast calls for highs in the upper 80s and lows in the upper 70s. Gusts to 23 mph. While there is...
  • Mostly sunny, breezy and hot today

    Mostly sunny, breezy and hot today
    It should be a nice day to fly kite, mostly sunny and breezy. It also should be hot with a small chance of rain in the evening. South Florida's Thursday forecast calls for highs in the upper 80s and lows in the upper 70s. Gusts to 20 mph. Friday's...
  • Tropical history revised: 23 more storms in 1931-1943

    Tropical history revised: 23 more storms in 1931-1943
    It was a most turbulent era. Not only did it cover the Great Depression and the early years of World War II – the 13-year-stretch from 1931 to 1943 experienced some of the most catastrophic hurricane seasons on record. After studying...
  • Hurricane intensity era coming to an end?

    Hurricane intensity era coming to an end?
    Is the era of hurricane intensity drawing to a close? Such eras generally last between one and three decades, and we're in year 19. They tend to produce an abnormal number of hurricanes and major hurricanes each season, increasing the odds of a U.S....