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National Hurricane Center

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  • First Atlantic tropical depression forms east of Florida: NHC

    First Atlantic tropical depression forms east of Florida: NHC
    (Reuters) - A low-pressure area east of Florida has turned into a tropical depression, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said on Tuesday in its latest advisory. The first Atlantic depression of this season is forecast to become a tropical storm...
  • Hurricane Center monitoring tropical disturbance in Atlantic east of Jacksonville

    Hurricane Center monitoring tropical disturbance in Atlantic east of Jacksonville
    Tropical disturbance, 8 a.m. Sunday outlook OUTLOOK: The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a tropical disturbance about 230 miles east of Jacksonville in the Atlantic Ocean that has the potential to develop into a tropical depression. WHAT...
  • Rain – maybe even a tropical depression – in South Florida late week forecast

    Rain – maybe even a tropical depression – in South Florida late week forecast
    A large mass of showers and thunderstorms off the state's east coast could produce stormy weather in South Florida on Monday through Wednesday, and potentially grow into the hurricane season's first tropical depression or storm, forecasters said Sunday....
  • Tropical disturbance in Atlantic Ocean gets attention of hurricane watchers

    Tropical disturbance in Atlantic Ocean gets attention of hurricane watchers
    A tropical disturbance in the waters off St. Augustine could bring squally weather to Florida's east coast by Monday afternoon and will be monitored as it could turn into a more-intense weather system in a few days, meteorologists said. "The uncertainty...
  • With tropics quiet, hurricane season could get latest start since 2004

    With tropics quiet, hurricane season could get latest start since 2004
    The tropics are quiet nearly a month into the Atlantic hurricane season, and that could eventually mean the season's latest start since at least 2004. No tropical cyclones have formed yet this year, whereas in each of the past nine years, a tropical...
  • Tropical disturbance pops up near Daytona

    Tropical disturbance pops up near Daytona
    Tropical disturbance, 8 a.m. Friday outlook OUTLOOK: The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a tropical disturbance in the Atlantic off the Florida coast. WHAT FLORIDA CAN EXPECT: It poses little threat to Florida, as conditions are unfavorable...
  • Hurricane center director says too many people unprepared

    Hurricane center director says too many people unprepared
    With the 2014 Atlantic storm season starting Sunday, potentially thousands of Floridians are unprepared to deal with a powerful storm, and Rick Knabb, director of the National Hurricane Center, fears they could be in for a bad surprise. He notes that...
  • Gulf disturbance almost a depression; no threat to Florida

    Gulf disturbance almost a depression; no threat to Florida
    Tropical disturbance, 2 p.m. Friday OUTLOOK: A disturance in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico lost some of its punch in the past few hours. But it still could become the season's first tropical depression or storm by this evening before it moves over...
  • Seven-day tropical forecasts still need work

    Seven-day tropical forecasts still need work
    Imagine knowing six or seven days in advance where a tropical storm or hurricane might strike land. It would give residents, businesses and the military plenty of time to prepare. The National Hurricane Center plans to make that happen, after making...
  • National Hurricane Center notes Atlantic season's first area of interest for cyclone formation

    National Hurricane Center notes Atlantic season's first area of interest for cyclone formation
    The National Hurricane Center on Wednesday designated its first area of interest for possible tropical cyclone formation, a gathering of thunderstorms in the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters called it a "complex low pressure area" in the southern Bay of...
  • Study says feminine hurricane names could cause more deaths

    Study says feminine hurricane names could cause more deaths
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Would more residents of New Orleans have evacuated ahead of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 if it had been named Kurt? A study published on Monday suggests they would have, perhaps reducing Katrina's death toll of more than 1,800....