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Hurricane Andrew (1992)

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  • Lots of sun and heat this week

    Lots of sun and heat this week
    It should be an overall nice week, leading up to the Fourth of July - if you don't mind heat. "Feels-like" temps should be about 100 degrees most afternoons. There's also a chance of rain in the afternoons.
  • Officials worry residents not ready for hurricane season

    Officials worry residents not ready for hurricane season
    Going a decade without a hurricane leaves emergency management officials worried that local residents have storm-prep amnesia. Hurricane Wilma, which damaged roofs and knocked out power for millions when it swept across Florida in 2005, was the last...

    Consumer advocate Steve Burgess retires with 'fingerprints' all over insurance protections

    Consumer advocate Steve Burgess retires with 'fingerprints' all over insurance protections
    Whenever state lawmakers went to bat for insurance customers over the past 25 years, chances are that Steve Burgess helped convince them the protections were necessary. At 67, Burgess has retired as the state's insurance consumer advocate after three...

    Hot with afternoon storms today

    Hot with afternoon storms today
    Plan on another hot day with "feels-like" temps in the low 90s and afternoon thunderstorms. South Florida's Wednesday forecast calls for a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the upper 80s, lows in the upper 70s and a 60 percent chance of rain. The rain...

    Don't bank on prediction of a quiet storm season: What We Think

    With this week's official start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, here's a quick reminder about predictions: You shouldn't place your faith in them — or bet your home and property on them, either. By now, you've probably seen the latest...