Rain bands from Tropical Storm Maria are affecting Bermuda as the storm moves up the Atlantic.
Florida is outside of the forecast cone for Hurricane Irene, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be problems in the Sunshine State due to the storm.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in west Miami-Dade have been busy over the last few days tracking Tropical Storm’s Emily’s movements.
The National Hurricane Center has given a strong area of low pressure in the Caribbean a 80 percent chance of becoming a tropical depression or higher in the next 48 hours; and South Floridians need to keep an eye on the development of this system.
While some continue to fight the social media revolution, the National Hurricane Center is officially on board in hopes of better communicating advisories to more people.
MIAMI – (CBS4) – What was once Hurricane Shary is now an extra-tropical storm, sipping eastward at almost 50 m.p.h.. The National Hurricane Center says it’s posted it’s last advisory as Shary departs. At 5p.m. […]