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National Hurricane Center

National Hurricane Center
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  • Tropical Storm Dolly hits Mexico

    Tropical Storm Dolly hits Mexico
    Tropical Storm Dolly 10 p.m. Tuesday advisory OUTLOOK: Tropical Storm Dolly moved ashore Mexico just south of Tampico tonight, after forming in the Bay of Campeche this morning. The storm should begin to weaken overnight and is expected to dissipate...
  • 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...
  • Ask Tom: Where do hurricanes strike more often?

    Dear Tom, Where do hurricanes strike more frequently in this country, the Gulf Coast or the Atlantic Coast? — Jack Collins   Dear Jack, The archives of the National Weather Service's National Hurricane Center indicate that, since 1900, the...
  • Drones, spotted over California beaches, catch epic waves

    Drones, spotted over California beaches, catch epic waves
    The monster waves hitting Southern California thanks to Hurricane Marie brought out crowds to local beaches. The waves also brought out some drones. Some arresting footage of big waves has been posted on YouTube. One looked at the scene from Imperial...
  • Final advisory issued on Cristobal

    Final advisory issued on Cristobal
    Hurricane Cristobal, 11 a.m. Friday. This is the final National Hurricane Advisory on Cristobal. OUTLOOK: Cristobal races north as a powerful extratropical weather system. The National Hurricane Center is monitoring one other system in the central...
  • Laguna's high surf: 'As good as it gets'

    Laguna's high surf: 'As good as it gets'
    Bill Bryan woke up before dawn Wednesday, but as the clock ticked past 8 a.m. and the sun shone, he thought he was still in a dream. The 41-year-old Laguna Beach resident and 14-time world champion skimboarder has surfed his whole life and never seen...
  • Tropical Storm Cristobal to grow into a hurricane -- out at sea

    Tropical Storm Cristobal to grow into a hurricane -- out at sea
    Tropical Storm Cristobal, 5 a.m. Monday advisory OUTLOOK: Tropical Storm Cristobal is projected to remain almost 500 miles east of Miami on Monday, as it moves north in the Atlantic. It's expected to pass east of the central Bahamas on Monday....
  • Tropical-storm warning in effect for Bahamas; current track well off Florida coast

    Tropical-storm warning in effect for Bahamas; current track well off Florida coast
    A tropical-storm warning remains in effect for the Bahamas as a slow-moving system heads toward the region with 35 mph sustained winds and higher gusts, the National Hurricane Center said. The tropical depression is expected to gain strength as it heads...
  • Watching the tropics for Labor Day weekend hurricane

    Watching the tropics for Labor Day weekend hurricane
    The forecast for a new tropical system off the coast of the Dominican Republic is changing and could form into a storm, according to local meterologists and the National Hurricane Center. "It takes a northerly track," said Jeff Edmondson of WAVY-TV 10....
  • Hurricane Cristobal poses no Florida threat

    Hurricane Cristobal poses no Florida threat
    Hurricane Cristobal, 5 a.m. Tuesday OUTLOOK: The only land area that Hurricane Cristobal stands to threaten is Bermuda. The National Hurricane Center also is monitoring a disturbance in the central Atlantic, giving it a medium chance of developing...
  • Could we see five hurricanes in a row?

    Could we see five hurricanes in a row?
    Now that Cristobal has grown into a hurricane, it marks the first time since 1983 that the season’s first three systems have become hurricanes. But in what would be an even more unusual event, two more brewing disturbances also might intensify...