National Hurricane Center
With the start of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season less than a month away, state and federal officials are urging Florida residents to get ready now.
FORT LAUDERDALE. (CBSMiami/AP) – With the start of this year’s hurricane season less than a month away, emergency management personnel are meeting in South Florida prepare for the upcoming season. The annual Governor’s Hurricane Conference […]
For many Americans, the impacts of sequestration have been hard to quantify past some added inconvenience at the airport. But NOAA’s plans to deal with sequestration could have an impact on weather forecasts and the National Hurricane Center.
When tropical weather starts to threaten, weather forecasts are filled with new terms and ideas that can be confusing especially to people new to South Florida and tropical weather. These terms should help de-mystify hurricane season, and help you to feel a bit more confident as we face the season of storms.
There will never be another storm named Sandy.
Phil Klotzbach and William Gray, renowned Colorado State University climatologists, are predicting the fourth busy storm season in a row.
The next time a tropical system approaches the U.S., any watches or warnings used to alert the public will be handled differently, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday.
Space weather, arctic ice melt, and storm surges were just some of the topics discussed at the 24th annual Weather and Climate Summit held this week in Breckenridge, Colorado.
Following criticism on the handling of Superstorm Sandy, the National Weather Service is considering changing how it issues hurricane watches and warnings.
A week after Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the East Coast, many are still struggling with no power, flooded homes, gas shortages and frigid temperatures.