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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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  • Hurricane Norbert sending high surf, possible rain to California

    The latest hurricane spinning off Baja California could could bring rain and thunderstorms to the Southland over the coming days, as well as high surf and tides that could produce minor flooding, forecasters warned. As Hurricane Norbert slowly moves...
  • Southern California may see some rain from Hurricane Norbert

    Southern California may see some rain from Hurricane Norbert
    The latest hurricane churning off the coast of Baja California could bring some rain and thunderstorms to parts of drought-stricken Southern California, forecasters said Friday. As Hurricane Norbert slowly moves northwest along Mexico's Baja peninsula,...
  • Scattered showers and storms today

    Scattered showers and storms today
    Expect some sun today - along with scattered showers and storms. South Florida's Wednesday forecast calls for partly sunny skies with highs in the low 90s, lows in the upper 70s and a 50 percent chance of rain. Central Florida's forecast: Mostly sunny...
  • 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...
  • NOAA predicts slow Atlantic hurricane season

    The Atlantic hurricane season officially kicks off Sunday, and federal forecasters say odds are we'll be seeing fewer hurricanes than normal. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration expects an El Nino to develop this summer, a weather...
  • Hurricane center to track storms before they form

    Hurricane center to track storms before they form
    As if we aren't jittery enough when tropical storms head our way, now we can watch disturbances approach. Starting July 1, the National Hurricane Center will put on its website colorful graphics that identify systems that could grow into storms and...
  • Hurricane center improves intensity predictions

    Hurricane center improves intensity predictions
    After struggling for decades, the National Hurricane Center saw marked progress with intensity predictions in the past season. Yet its track forecasts, an area where it generally excels, were only so-so. The up and down projections both stemmed from a...
  • How do you pronounce Isaias, anyway?

    How do you pronounce Isaias, anyway?
    If a hurricane is headed your way, you better pronounce its name right. To that end, the National Hurricane Center offers a storm name pronunciation guide on its web site, nhc.noaa.gov. Some are a bit tricky, such as Cristobal (krees-TOH-bahl) and...