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National Hurricane Center

National Hurricane Center
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  • Satellites send weather info directly to Miami

    Satellites send weather info directly to Miami
    Sounds a bit like a James Bond movie: A low-key laboratory on Virginia Key in Miami now can receive signals from polar orbiting satellites as they pass overhead.
  • Mostly sunny and breezy today; beware of rip currents

    Mostly sunny and breezy today; beware of rip currents
    Best hang onto your hat this Election Day, as winds are expected to gust to more than 20 mph. Because of the winds, beware of dangerous rip currents at the beaches. South Florida's Tuesday forecast otherwise calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in...

    Pacific tropical season far outpaces Atlantic

    Pacific tropical season far outpaces Atlantic
    Tropically speaking, when the Eastern Pacific is active, the Atlantic tends to be slow. That certainly has been the case this year. So far, eight named storms, including six hurricanes, two major, have emerged in the Atlantic. Meanwhile, over in the...

    It's official: You can break into your hurricane supplies

    It's official: You can break into your hurricane supplies
    Officially, the Atlantic hurricane season ends on Nov. 30. Unofficially, it's already over, at least in terms of any serious threats to South Florida. How can I be so sure of this? Because I asked Dennis Feltgen, spokesman for the National Hurricane...

    Interactive map shows risk for storm surge during hurricane

    Interactive map shows risk for storm surge during hurricane
    Interactive mapping that went live for the public Thursday shows eye-opening risk for storm surges caused by hurricanes. For example, Central Florida communities along the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay would be heavily washed over by a...