National Weather Service Gives Miami Approximate Start Date For Rainy SeasonFor as long as anyone can remember, rainy season begins in South Florida when the typical morning or afternoon rains come just about every day. 
2018 Hurricane Season Could Be Another Busy SeasonForecasters expect a slightly above-average hurricane season in 2018 with 14 named storms.
Florida Legislature Has Many Hurricane Issues To ConsiderThe 2017 hurricane season was the worst in recent memory and it opened some eyes in Florida’s capital.
National Stories That Made Headlines In 2017Destructive natural disasters and powerful men behaving badly are just some of the biggest national news stories of 2017. Here's what else happened this year.
Irma Insurance Claims Near 866,000Estimated insured losses from Hurricane Irma have topped $6.55 billion, with the number of claims approaching 866,000, according to information released Monday by the state Office of Insurance Regulation.
Focus On South Florida: A Hurricane Season to RememberCBS4’s David Sutta looks back on the 2017 hurricane season.
Fugate Says Floridians Should Brace For Stronger HurricanesFormer FEMA director Craig Fugate wants Floridians to know future hurricanes could be stronger than in the past due to climate change.
2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Wraps TodayToday is the last day of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season. For many, it couldn't end soon enough.
2017 Hurricane Season Comes To End But Issues LingerThursday is the last day of the highly active, deadly and destructive 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, but Floridians will feel its impact for years.
Tropical Storm Rina Heading North Over AtlanticTropical Storm Rina continues to churn to the north over the open Atlantic.
Tropical Depression #19 Forms In Central AtlanticAs this year's hurricane season begins to wind down, a new tropical depression has formed in the central Atlantic.
Bands From Tropical Storm Philippe Drench South FloridaA tropical depression has strengthened into Tropical Storm Philippe as heavy rains continue over central and western Cuba, spreading northward across the Florida Keys and South Florida.

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