It’s barely the third week of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season, but the second storm has already formed in the Gulf of Mexico.
There will never be another storm named Sandy.
It’s official: a hurricane warning will be posted the next time a system like Superstorm Sandy threatens the U.S. coastline.
Forecasters are now watching another area of low pressure over the Central Atlantic that currently poses no threat to land.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center say the system over the eastern Caribbean Sea has formed into Tropical Storm Rafael.
Governor Rick Scott canceled his appearances at Republican National Convention events for Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday because he was focusing on Florida’s response to Tropical Storm Isaac. The Governor also canceled his big speech at the RNC. He spoke with CBS4’s Gio Benitez about that decision.
Tropical Storm Isaac splashed and slammed the Florida Keys but appears to have left little damage in his wake.
Tropical Storm Isaac is forecast to strengthen as it moves over the eastern Gulf of Mexico and the Tropical Storm Warning along the east coast of Florida has been discontinued north of Jupiter Inlet.
Tropical Storm Isaac continues to race across the Caribbean, with speeds at the 8 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center around 20 mph as it approaches Florida and the Florida Keys.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami are keeping a close eye on a tropical system churning in the Gulf of Mexico which could become the fourth named storm of the season.