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National Hurricane Center

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  • New tropical wave forms, Hanna dissipates

    New tropical wave forms, Hanna dissipates
    New tropical wave: 11 p.m. Monday OUTLOOK:  A new tropical wave, a patch of clouds and thunderstorms, formed Monday east of the Caribbean Sea and is forecast to move northwest over the next few days. WHAT FLORIDA CAN EXPECT: Too soon to tell....
  • Atlantic disturbance given low chance to organize

    Atlantic disturbance given low chance to organize
    Tropical weather outlook, 2 a.m. Tuesday OUTLOOK:  The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a tropical wave that's interacting with an upper-level trough stretching for a few hundred miles from the Lesser Antilles eastward over the Atlantic Ocean. ...
  • Mostly sunny and warm today

    Mostly sunny and warm today
    Expect a nice day with lots of sun and pleasant temperatures. South Florida's Tuesday forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the mid 80s and lows in the low 70s. Central Florida's forecast: Partly sunny with highs in the low 80s, lows...
  • Next tropical storm won't be easy to pronounce: Isaias

    Next tropical storm won't be easy to pronounce: Isaias
    If another tropical storm forms in the Atlantic basin this season, it will be named Isaias. The proper pronunciation: ees-ah-EE-ahs. Trying saying that five times fast. I can see television weather forecasters stumbling all over this one. I'm having a...
  • Mostly sunny and breezy today; beware of rip currents

    Mostly sunny and breezy today; beware of rip currents
    Best hang onto your hat this Election Day, as winds are expected to gust to more than 20 mph. Because of the winds, beware of dangerous rip currents at the beaches. South Florida's Tuesday forecast otherwise calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in...
  • Special ocean probes improve tropical forecasts

    Special ocean probes improve tropical forecasts
    The mission: Determine where Tropical Storm Edouard might grow into a strong hurricane – and improve the forecast. The method:  Drop a series of highly specialized sensors from a hurricane hunter aircraft into the Atlantic in advance of the...
  • Interactive map shows risk for storm surge during hurricane

    Interactive map shows risk for storm surge during hurricane
    Interactive mapping that went live for the public Thursday shows eye-opening risk for storm surges caused by hurricanes. For example, Central Florida communities along the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay would be heavily washed over by a...
  • It's official: You can break into your hurricane supplies

    It's official: You can break into your hurricane supplies
    Officially, the Atlantic hurricane season ends on Nov. 30. Unofficially, it's already over, at least in terms of any serious threats to South Florida. How can I be so sure of this? Because I asked Dennis Feltgen, spokesman for the National Hurricane...
  • Pacific tropical season far outpaces Atlantic

    Pacific tropical season far outpaces Atlantic
    Tropically speaking, when the Eastern Pacific is active, the Atlantic tends to be slow. That certainly has been the case this year. So far, eight named storms, including six hurricanes, two major, have emerged in the Atlantic. Meanwhile, over in the...
  • Tropical depression No. 9 forms off Mexico

    Tropical depression No. 9 forms off Mexico
    Tropical depression, 11 p.m. Tuesday OUTLOOK: Tropical Depression No. 9 is expected to approach the Mexican state of Campeche late Wednesday. Tropical storm warnings have been issued. In South Florida, more rain is expected over the next few days....
  • Disturbance swamps portions of South Florida

    Disturbance swamps portions of South Florida
    With tendrils of moisture reaching more than 1,000 miles from its core, the disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico swamped portions of South Florida on Tuesday — and more of the same can be expected into the weekend. The worst-hit areas: north and...