I don’t know about you, but I look forward to all the year-end lists.
South Florida breathed a sigh of relief as we dodged the annual bullet known as hurricane season. However, the 2011 season did have some notable facts.
It’s October and the humidity is dropping, but it’s still hurricane season!
It’s Waggin’ Wednesday and the Humane Society of Broward County is inviting South Floridians interested in adoption to come out and adopt a dog at half off the adoption price.
Two dozen dogs who escaped the wrath of Hurricane Irene when it battered Puerto Rico have arrived in South Florida. The dogs will be available for adoption.
With the demise of Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Jose, forecasters have now turned their attention to Tropical Depression 12 out in the far eastern Atlantic.
Travelers stuck in South Florida after airports in the northeast shutdown because of Hurricane Irene can expect a busy day at Miami and Ft. Lauderdale’s airports.
As Hurricane Irene stormed up the East Coast late last week into the weekend, the insurance industry feared losses could potentially approach $100 billion.
Hurricane Irene has led to the deaths of at least 29 people in nine states:
While Hurricane Irene’s winds and storm surge fell short of the doomsday predictions, it did leave a mess from North Carolina north through the New England area.