National Hurricane Center
When it comes to storm surge, there are two important points those living in flood zones should know: how far from the beach the water will spread and how high that water will rise.
Two names will no longer be used for tropical storms or hurricanes in the Atlantic or the northeast Pacific.
The National Hurricane Center has added one subtropical storm to last year’s tally of tropical weather.
The National Hurricane Center and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced Friday plans to issue a new Potential Storm Surge Flooding Map during the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season.
In the snowy mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado, meteorologists from all over the country are meeting to discuss the 2014 hurricane season.
The early predictions for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season favored an above-average season. But as the season comes to a close, the Atlantic has churned out the fewest number of hurricanes since 1982.
Tropical Storm Lorenzo began to weaken Wednesday morning. At 11 a.m., the 13th tropical storm of the season was about 955 miles east of Bermuda.
The 13th Tropical Storm of the season formed in the Atlantic Ocean Monday.
It’s Tropical Storm Karen no more as the system over the North Central Gulf was downgraded to a tropical depression Saturday evening.
The partial federal government shutdown had a ripple effect across South Florida on Tuesday. Employees at some federal services spent the morning closing up shop and hastily recording messages on answering systems that their offices were not open due to the shutdown.