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.
Our high-tech world seems to have weathered a solar storm that was still showing signs of life late Thursday.
A massive solar storm on the sun is about to have a major impact on earth. Radioactive particles from solar flares may soon start messing with everything from electricity to GPS systems. Fluctuations to some electrical power grids may also be experienced.
South Florida and the rest of the Earth is in the midst of the largest solar storm since 2005.
National Hurricane Center Director Bill Read is saying good bye to his position. Read is announcing plans to retire June 1.
South Florida breathed a sigh of relief as we dodged the annual bullet known as hurricane season. However, the 2011 season did have some notable facts.
South Florida breathed a sigh of relief as we dodged the annual bullet known as hurricane season.
South Florida boaters and fisherman, along with others along the southern Atlantic coast, are being asked by federal officials to keep an eye out for endangered right whales, which are heading south for their calving season.
It’s October and the humidity is dropping, but it’s still hurricane season!
It’s only three feet long and weighs roughly eight pounds, but NOAA is banking on the new plane to help hurricane forecasters improve their forecasts on the strength of a storm.