NOAA: 2-Year-Long La Niña Is OverEarly 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.
Dr. Gray Forecasts Weaker Than Average Hurricane SeasonDr. William Gray has issued his first prediction for the Atlantic Hurricane season and the numbers predict a weaker season that should be about 25 percent less active than the long-term average.
Rainy Season Officially OverRainy season didn’t want to go without one last hurrah. The storms that drowned South Florida also marked the ending of South Florida’s rainy season.
NOAA: Fla. Can Expect Very Dry WinterNOAA announced Thursday that the state of Florida should get ready for a much drier than average winter this year.
NOAA: La Niña Re-Emerges In PacificNOAA’s Climate Prediction Center revealed Thursday that La Niña is forecast to gradually strengthen and continue into winter.
NOAA Calls For 12-18 Named Storms In 2011With just weeks to go until the official start of the 2011 Atlantic Hurricane season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its update prediction Thursday and it looks like it could be a very busy this season.
It's The Driest Season On Record For South FloridaIf you have noticed your umbrella collecting dust over the last few months, there is good reason for that.
Busy 2010 Hurricane Season Comes To An EndOn this final day of the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season, South Floridians can breathe a collective sigh of relief. Although it was a relatively quiet season for us, that was not the case elsewhere.