Don’t Let Your Guard Down: Busiest Part Of Hurricane Season AheadAlthough it’s been quiet in the tropics the past few weeks, do not let you guard down. The busiest part of the season is still ahead of us.
Tropical Storm Kate Moving Away From BahamasTropical Storm Kate is maintaining strength as it moves toward the Northwestern Bahamas
Tropical Storm Grace Continues To Gain StrengthTropical Storm Grace is continuing to gain strength over the eastern Atlantic.
TD #7 Upgraded To Tropical Storm GraceThe seventh tropical storm of the season, which formed on Saturday, now has a name – Grace.
Tropical Storm Ana Weakens To A Tropical DepressionTropical Storm Ana is likely to become a Tropical Depression sometime on Sunday, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida.
Meteorologists Watching For Possible Tropical Depression SevenAccording to the National Hurricane Center, a low pressure area several hundred miles northeast of the northern Leeward Islands is expected to become better organized over the next couple of days.
Florida Marks The 10th Anniversary Of Hurricane IvanToday, September 16th marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan.
Tropical Storm Karen Losing Punch In GulfThe latest advisory has Tropical Storm Karen, the 11th name storm of the 2013 hurricane season, lost some strength Friday night.
Gov. Scott Issues State Of Emergency Ahead Of StormTropical Storm Karen continues to churn towards the gulf coast and as the storm nears the region, Governor Rick Scott has issued an executive order declaring a state of emergency in 18 North Florida counties.
Tropical Storm Karen Moving Toward Gulf Coast StatesA hurricane watch and tropical storm warning are in effect after Tropical Storm Karen formed in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico Thursday morning.
Tropical Depression Forms Over Central Atlantic Forecasters say a tropical depression has formed in the central Atlantic Ocean but is nowhere near land.
Humberto Weakens A LittleTropical Storm Humberto’s winds decreased Tuesday night but is expected to strengthen again, according to the National Hurricane Center.