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National Hurricane Center

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  • Edouard becomes first Category 2 hurricane of Atlantic season

    Edouard becomes first Category 2 hurricane of Atlantic season
    Edouard became the first Category 2 hurricane of the 2014 Atlantic season Monday although it posed no threat to land, the National Hurricane Center said. The fourth hurricane and fifth named storm of the season had top sustained winds of 105 miles per...
  • Hurricane Edouard not forecast to strike land

    Hurricane Edouard not forecast to strike land
    A tropical cyclone named Edouardo on Sunday strengthened into the fourth hurricane of the 2014 season, but it's not forecast to strike North America. The storm reached Category 2 strength early Monday morning, with maximum sustained winds of 105 mph...
  • Hurricane Edouard already weakening

    Hurricane Edouard already weakening
    Hurricane Edouard, 5 p.m. Tuesday OUTLOOK: After becoming the season's first major hurricane at 11 a.m. today, Hurricane Edouard already is weakening. It now has top winds of 105 mph, or Category 2 status - down from Category 3 strength earlier....
  • Tropical Storm Polo to strengthen to hurricane off Mexico's Pacific Coast

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Polo is forecast to become a hurricane off Mexico's Pacific Coast on Thursday, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said, just days after a severe storm battered the Baja California peninsula. As of Tuesday...
  • Scattered storms today, as disturbance approaches

    Scattered storms today, as disturbance approaches
    With a tropical disturbance approaching from the Bahamas, we should see scattered showers and storms today. For now, widespread severe weather is unlikely, as the system is not expected to develop into a tropical depression or storm before it reaches...
  • Tropical Storm Edouard heading north to sea

    Tropical Storm Edouard heading north to sea
    Tropical Storm Edouard, 5 p.m. Friday advisory OUTLOOK: After emerging in the eastern Atlantic on Thursday night, Edouard is projected to aim north out to sea without threatening land. It's also forecast to intensify into a hurricane within the next...
  • Hurricane Odile gains force off Mexico's Pacific coast

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hurricane Odile rapidly strengthened late on Saturday as it skirted Mexico's Pacific coast and it was projected to pass near or over the Baja Peninsula as early as late Sunday. The storm became a category two hurricane by...
  • Forecasters say weather system might become tropical in 5 days

    Forecasters say weather system might become tropical in 5 days
    So, what are you doing about five days from now? If forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are accurate in their forecast — and if weather patterns continue as expected — you and other Floridians might want to watch for possible...
  • Storms from 1,000 miles away can damage us

    Storms from 1,000 miles away can damage us
    It was a mushy tropical wave near Central Florida — yet it unleashed a torrent of rain that flooded streets from Miami to Jupiter on Tuesday. Whether a weak wave or a powerful hurricane, tropical systems can pound coastal areas even if they're 1,...
  • 'Invests' are part of hurricane jargon

    'Invests' are part of hurricane jargon
    Thanks in part to social media, many people these days take words like "failure" or "invitation" and cut them down to size for phrases like "epic fail" or "where's my invite?" Well, Twitter fans and texters, the National Hurricane Center was all over...
  • The heart of the hurricane season is here

    The heart of the hurricane season is here
    The mean season has arrived. During the 10-week stretch from mid-August through October, the most powerful storms tend to form in the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico. It's also when South Florida is most likely to be struck. "Almost all South...