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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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  • Tropical Storm Ana kicks off hurricane season early

    Tropical Storm Ana kicks off hurricane season early
    The first Atlantic tropical storm of the year is poised to hit the Carolinas by early Sunday.  Tropical Storm Ana kicked off the Atlantic hurricane season three weeks early, the National Hurricane Center said, and was centered about 85 miles southeast...
  • Ana expected to become a tropical storm soon

    Ana expected to become a tropical storm soon
    Subtropical Storm Ana, 11 p.m. Friday advisory OUTLOOK: Ana continues to meander, but is expected to begin a north-northwestward turn and make the transition to a tropical storm by early Saturday. The center of Ana will be close to the coasts of South...
  • Subtropical storm Ana forms near South Carolina

    Subtropical storm Ana forms near South Carolina
    Subtropical Storm Ana emerged in the Atlantic late Thursday and is expected to bring heavy rain to the Carolinas over the weekend. It poses no threat to Florida. Subtropical systems lack the symmetry of true tropical storms but still can produce...
  • Disturbance given higher odds of developing

    Disturbance given higher odds of developing
    Disturbance, Wednesday, May 6 OUTLOOK: Although the disturbance near the northwestern Bahamas remains disorganized, forecasters still expect it to grow into a subtropical or tropical storm by Thursday or Friday. The National Hurricane Center on...
  • Season's first tropical storm could form by Friday

    Season's first tropical storm could form by Friday
    The National Hurricane Center predicts a 60 percent chance a cyclone will form off Florida's Atlantic coast by the end of the week. A disorganized system of rain showers and storms was over Florida and the northern Bahamas on Wednesday. Conditions are...
  • Showers moving through Central Florida could form named storm

    Showers moving through Central Florida could form named storm
    Parts of Central Florida got soaked Wednesday by what forecasters say could turn into the first named storm of this year's hurricane season. It was broad, it was wet and it slowly moved away from Florida, but not before dropping heavy rain across much...
  • Rainy and cloudy today; beware of rip currents

    Rainy and cloudy today; beware of rip currents
    It's not a great day to celebrate Cinco de Mayo, as it's rainy, cloudy and breezy out there, thanks in part to a disturbance near the Bahamas. Because of the winds, there's a high risk of rip currents at the beaches. South Florida's Tuesday forecast...
  • Sloppy disturbance could become subtropical storm on Thursday

    Sloppy disturbance could become subtropical storm on Thursday
    Tropical disturbance, Tuesday, May 5 OUTLOOK: Although still a disorganized mess of clouds, showers and thunderstorms, an expansive disturbance could strengthen into a subtropical or tropical storm by Thursday or Friday. If so, that likely would...
  • Forecasters watching year's first 'disturbance' in tropics

    Forecasters watching year's first 'disturbance' in tropics
    Though hurricane season doesn't officially start for nearly another month, the National Hurricane Center is watching for an area of low pressure that forecasters give a 30 percent chance of becoming a subtropical storm within the next five days. An area...
  • Hurricane center monitors first disturbance of season

    Hurricane center monitors first disturbance of season
    Although the official start of hurricane season is still almost a month away, the first storm might form later this week. The National Hurricane Center on Sunday said a low-pressure system north of the Bahamas could gradually acquire subtropical...
  • Don't count on 10 years of tropical calm

    Don't count on 10 years of tropical calm
    It was astonishing enough when Florida went six storm seasons without a hurricane strike as of 2011, setting a record. Now we’ve gone nine straight seasons without a hit. Considering Florida historically is a hurricane punching bag, that’s...