Scientists from several Florida universities sent a letter to the state’s governor, asking for his attention regarding climate change.
While winter is typically the time when South Florida gets a much needed break from the heat, the 2013 and 2014 winter has been a bust.
While South Florida has been able to avoid much of the hurricane activity in the last few years, it may be more difficult this year if NOAA’s outlook for the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season comes to fruition.
If you thought 2012 was warmer than usual, it wasn’t your imagination. The National Climatic Data Center announced the 2012 average annual temperature of 55.3 degrees was the warmest year ever recorded for the contiguous United States.
If you thought spring may have been a little too fast, you are probably right. According to the National Climatic Data Center, the United States recorded the warmest winter on record dating back to 1895.
NOAA announced Thursday that the state of Florida should get ready for a much drier than average winter this year.
Posted by CraigSetzer Friday Morning Visible Satellite Image Friday Morning Surface Analysis of Pressure, Wind, and Moisture The strong cold front roared through South Florida on schedule Friday morning bring cooler and much drier air with […]
A family bundled in sweatshirts braved the chill wind on Miami’s Hobe Beach Thursday. It was not exactly what Esther Gavidia had promised her brother and sister when they decided to fly in from California. […]