Another hurricane season has come and gone. Friday marks the end of the Atlantic hurricane season which produced 19 named storms for the third year in a row. Ten of the systems became hurricanes and one grew into a major storm.
An updated NOAA forecast released Thursday calls for a busy second half of hurricane season.
More than 10 thousand people have asked about federal aid for losses from Tropical Storm Debby, with over $15 million paid out by the feds to date.
More help is on the way for Floridians out of work due to Debby, with three more counties receiving unemployment assistance. Inside: How you can help the victims of Debby.
Requests for help continue to pour in to the feds from victims of tropical storm Debby after the storm caused flooding and other damage across the northern part of Florida. FEMA said more than $5 million in aid has already been paid.
Is your drinking water safe? It may not be if you use a private well and were affected by Tropical Storm Debby.
State officials are urging you to help by donating cash to established relief organizations. Here is how to help.
Tolls. Traffic. High gas prices. Traveling in Florida has its share of problems. If your Fourth of July plans take you upstate, however, road closures from Debby will not be one of them.
The threat of heavy rain over northern Florida is diminishing as Tropical Depression Debby moves away from the state.
The center of Tropical Depression Debby has taken a southeastern turn just hours after making landfall and weakening near Steinhatchee, along Florida’s Big Bend.