Proposed Federal Cuts Could Hurt Hurricane PredictionsProposed cuts in federal funding could undermine recent progress in forecasting the intensity of hurricanes and tropical weather research.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Advisories Issued For Strong Atlantic WaveAt 5 p.m. Sunday evening, the National Hurricane Center began issuing advisories using a first-time method called the “Potential Tropical Cyclone Advisory.”
Governor Urges Preparedness Ahead Of 'Near-Average' Hurricane SeasonFlorida Gov. Rick Scott gathered Thursday with federal officials to discuss plans and preparations at the official start of hurricane season.
'Cane Season Kicks Off Early With Subtropical DepressionThe National Hurricane Center started their first advisories in 2017 Wednesday morning on a small, middle of the ocean depression.
NHC: Heavy Rainfall And Strong Winds Are Beginning To Hit South FloridaAs the effects of Hurricane Matthew begins to impact the Florida coast, residents are bracing for a long day and evening.
Subtropical Storm Alex Strengthens A BitAt 9:45 p.m., Subtropical Storm Alex had strengthened a bit and was about 665 miles south-southwest of the Azores.
Tropical Storm Grace Continues To Gain StrengthTropical Storm Grace is continuing to gain strength over the eastern Atlantic.
TD #7 Upgraded To Tropical Storm GraceThe seventh tropical storm of the season, which formed on Saturday, now has a name – Grace.
South Florida Keeping Tabs On ErikaSouth Florida is keeping close tabs on Tropical Storm Erika which has not made a predicted turn to the northwest yet and continues to be centered in the Caribbean just south of the Dominican Republic.
Four Dead, 20 Missing In Tropical Storm Erika's PathAt least four people are dead, about 20 still missing, after rains from Tropical Storm Erika caused devastating floods and mudslides in the eastern Caribbean island of Dominica.
Cuba, S.Fla. Weather Knows No BoundariesHurricanes are a way of life in South Florida and for our neighbors in Cuba.
National Hurricane Center, FIU Launch Spanish Hurricane SiteFlorida International University and the National Hurricane Center are launching a new, Spanish-language website for hurricane preparation.