A group of South Florida lawmakers put on their wetsuits Saturday and dove down under in the Keys to raise awareness about the future of Aquarius.
The last publicly-funded undersea research lab to closely monitor a coral reef may be closing.
New oil drilling off Cuba’s waters means an oil spill may be just months away from the Florida Keys, according to the government’s computer models.
Here we go again. Check your battery, water and canned food supplies. The 2012 Atlantic Hurricane season is officially underway.
After predicting above average activity for the last few Atlantic Hurricane Seasons, federal forecasters are singing a different tune for this year.
The National Hurricane Center has a new director, and he had to give up a spot on television to take the job. Former senior hurricane specialist Rick Knabb was named to the post Friday afternoon by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), ending a retirement from government service that sent him to The Weather Channel.
Early forecasts for the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season have not been as bad as year’s past and the ending of a weather phenomenon may keep the overall numbers down.
Goodbye Irene. The name Irene will not be associated with any future hurricanes because its being retired from the list of future storm names due to the severe damage it caused.
Drivers in Miami-Dade County saw dark smoke billowing from the southwest part of the county Monday evening. The smoke was billowing from a fire near SW 8th Street and 137th Avenue.
If you thought spring may have been a little too fast, you are probably right. According to the National Climatic Data Center, the United States recorded the warmest winter on record dating back to 1895.