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National Hurricane Center, FIU Launch Spanish Hurricane Site

Florida International University and the National Hurricane Center are launching a new, Spanish-language website for hurricane preparation.

06/29/2015

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A Deeper Look Into How Cuba Deals With Weather

With the kick off of summer, CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer made his way down to the Caribbean.

06/23/2015

A number of waterspouts were spotted off the coast of Broward County on June 19, 2015. (Courtesy: Weather Watcher Bart Cuseo)

Waterspouts Spotted Near Broward County

A number of waterspouts were spotted Friday off the coast of Broward County.

06/19/2015

Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

New Lab At UM Can Create Hurricane Conditions On Demand

In trying to figure out what makes some hurricanes strengthen into catastrophic monsters, researchers have created a lab that allows them to generate tropical storm conditions with the flip of a switch.

05/29/2015

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NOAA: 70% Chance Of Below Normal Hurricane Season

Just days away from the start of the 2015 hurricane season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released their predictions.

05/27/2015

Visible Image Of T.S. Ophelia from Goes Floater Satellite

$42 Million Upgrade For Two Hurricane Hunters

Hurricane planes “Miss Piggy,” and “Kermit,” too, are getting a ‘nose-to-tail’ multi-million upgrade ahead of hurricane season.

05/26/2015

(Source: Wunderground)

Tropical Storm Ana Moves Closer To The Carolinas

Tropical Storm Ana headed toward the Carolinas Saturday, weeks ahead of the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season.

05/09/2015

Wet weather 4/29/15 (Source: CBS4)

Wet Wednesday Soaks South Florida’s Streets

The rain and storms around South Florida, from homes struck by lightning to flooded fields and heavy traffic, left its mark in many places by Wednesday morning.

04/29/2015

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Five Reasons To Visit South Florida For Spring Break

Beaches, bars and parties are the hallmark of a great spring break. Plan your trip to South Florida this year and experience two cities that have all three, plus much more.

03/07/2015

Satellite image taken Nov. 10 1997 released by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and NASA shows the El Nino weather phenomena, represented by the the white area at the equator.  (Photo credit AFP/AFP/Getty Images)

El Nino Finally Here; But This One is Weak, Weird & Late

A long anticipated El Nino has finally arrived. While it may be good news for South Florida because the El Nino phenomenon is said to decrease hurricane activity in the Atlantic, Gulf and Caribbean Sea, it’s too little too late for drought-struck California, according to meteorologists.

CBS Miami–03/05/2015

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