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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...
  • Tropical Storm Dolly forms off the coast of Mexico

    Tropical Storm Dolly forms off the coast of Mexico
    Tropical Storm Dolly 5 a.m. Tuesday update OUTLOOK:  Newly formed Tropical Storm Dolly moving northwestward over the Bay of Campeche and heading toward Mexico. WHAT FLORIDA CAN EXPECT: Tropical Storm Dolly poses no threat to the state. PARTICULARS: The...
  • 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...
  • Tropical depression forms in Caribbean, could become hurricane

    MIAMI (Reuters) - A tropical depression formed over the Turks and Caicos Islands on Saturday after drenching Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, and could become a hurricane as it moves over the warm open waters near the Bahamas, the National...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Hurricane Cristobal forecast to bring dangerous rip currents to U.S. shores

    Hurricane Cristobal forecast to bring dangerous rip currents to U.S. shores
    Cristobal reached hurricane status late Monday, and though the storm is expected to stay clear of land, National Hurricane Center forecasters warned of dangerous rip currents expected up the East Coast. The cyclone was about 600 miles southwest of...
  • 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....
  • Five things for Wednesday, August 20

    Five things for Wednesday, August 20
    Five things for today in Orlando and Central Florida. 1. Deseret Ranch and Osceola County are planning for enormous growth in the next decades. Including large chunks of nature and pasture, a planned metropolis of tomorrow would span 133,000 acres in...
  • 'Invests' are part of hurricane jargon

    'Invests' are part of hurricane jargon
    Thanks in part to social media, many people these days take words like "failure" or "invitation" and cut them down to size for phrases like "epic fail" or "where's my invite?" Well, Twitter fans and texters, the National Hurricane Center was all over...
  • Storm predicted to become tropical depression but miss US coast

    MIAMI A storm system cruising across the Atlantic and dumping heavy rain is expected to become a tropical depression over the weekend. The system, clumsily making its way west as a sloppy wet system, has gradually drifted northwest, prompting most...