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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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  • It's been 10 years since Hurricane Charley took a swing at Florida

    It's been 10 years since Hurricane Charley took a swing at Florida
    Ten years ago Hurricane Charley came barreling up Interstate 4 beginning Florida's season of tropical pain. Charley first formed as a tropical depression in the Atlantic Ocean on Aug. 9 and so began the summer of our discontent. It organized just north...
  • Iselle hits Hawaii: Heavy rain damages homes; roads blocked

    Iselle hits Hawaii: Heavy rain damages homes; roads blocked
    Tropical Storm Iselle buffeted Hawaii’s Big Island and Maui early Friday, bringing heavy rains, strong winds, downed trees and power outages and sending many tourists packing home as the state braced for a second storm on Sunday that is expected...
  • Second storm may bypass Hawaii

    Travelers in Hawaii are keeping a close watch on Hurricane Julio, 900 miles away in the Pacific and expected to arrive Sunday morning. The storm has sustained winds of about 120 mph, but is forecast to weaken and skirt north of all the Hawaiian islands....
  • Bertha reaches hurricane status but isn't forecast to strike land

    Bertha reaches hurricane status but isn't forecast to strike land
    Bertha, the Atlantic's second named storm of the season, became the second to reach hurricane status as well Monday morning. The storm had maximum sustained winds of 80 mph as of 11 a.m., according to the National Hurricane Center. It was about 230...
  • Hawaii braces for two hurricanes

    Hawaii braces for two hurricanes
    Hawaii braced for a one-two punch from a pair of major storms barreling toward the archipelago on Thursday, with Hurricane Iselle leading the way bringing high winds and heavy surf as Hurricane Julio gathered steam behind it, U.S. officials said. Wind...
  • Tropical wave in the Atlantic becomes better organized

    Tropical wave in the Atlantic becomes better organized
    Hurricane forecasters continue to watch an area of disturbed weather about 850 miles west-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands. In its 8 p.m. update this evening, the National Hurricane Center said the tropical wave of shower and thunderstorm activity...
  • Tropical wave expected to become depression

    Tropical wave expected to become depression
    Tropical disturbance, 2 a.m. Thursday update OUTLOOK: The tropical wave in the Central Atlantic has been battling dry air and wind shear but shower activity increased a little during the overnight hours.  The system could develop into a tropical...
  • 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...
  • Supplies, money sought for Newport's hurricane-stricken sister city

    Newport Beach residents can help Newport's Mexican sister city Cabo San Lucas 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. Azonic...
  • Hurricane Edouard to reach Category 3; no threat to land

    Hurricane Edouard to reach Category 3; no threat to land
    Hurricane  Edouard, 5 p.m. Monday advisory OUTLOOK: Already Category 2, Edouard is forecast to reach Category 3 status with top winds of 120 mph, possibly by tonight. It's expected to fall apart over the next few days without threatening land....
  • Southern Californians seek relief from soaring temperatures

    Southern Californians seek relief from soaring temperatures
    As soaring temperatures blistered Southern California for another day, tens of thousands of people headed to the beaches and pools for relief and schools planned special precautions to prevent students from overheating. A high pressure system pushed...