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National Hurricane Center

National Hurricane Center
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  • After dangerous season in 2014, Ocean City hoping for calm seas this summer

    After dangerous season in 2014, Ocean City hoping for calm seas this summer
    It's the time of year when the sounds of crickets, lawn mowers and ice cream truck jingles fill the air. But at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, summer is marked by the whir of medevac helicopters.
  • Obama to visit hurricane center Thursday

    Obama to visit hurricane center Thursday
    President Obama is scheduled to visit the National Hurricane Center in Miami-Dade County on Thursday, a day after the government releases its hurricane season outlook. The White House said the president will receive a briefing on the outlook and...

    Nice shortcut to hurricane center website

    Nice shortcut to hurricane center website
    Now there's a nice easy shortcut to the National Hurricane Center's website: hurricanes.gov “It’s just easier to remember,” says Dennis Feltgen, the center's spokesman. The hurricane center's official link is nhc.noaa.gov.    ...

    Early start doesn't mean a busy hurricane season

    Early start doesn't mean a busy hurricane season
    It may seem a paradox: Tropical Storm Ana arrived before the June 1 start of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season even though experts offer a slower-than-normal outlook. James Franklin, the top hurricane specialist at the National Hurricane Center, said...

    What exactly is a subtropical storm?

    What exactly is a subtropical storm?
    What’s the difference between a subtropical and tropical storm? That question always comes up after a subtropical system emerges, as did Ana last week. The simple answer is: subtropical storms tend to be big, loose systems that have a vague...