Below-Average Atlantic Hurricane Season Coming To A CloseThe early predictions for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season favored an above-average season. But as the season comes to a close, the Atlantic has churned out the fewest number of hurricanes since 1982.
2013 Hurricane Season A Dud Thus FarThe predictions for the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season carried words like “extremely active” and “above-average.” But with Tuesday the peak of hurricane season, thus far, the season has luckily for South Florida been a dud.
Tropical Depression Gabrielle DissipatesTropical Depression Gabrielle has dissipated, according to the National Weather Service.
TD Seven Strengthens Into Tropical Storm GabrielleTropical Depression seven wasted no time morphing into a tropical storm Wednesday night.
Erin Becomes Tropical Storm Again Tropical Storm Erin has reformed according to the latest advisory.
TS Erin Holding SteadyTropical Storm Erin continued to move away from the Cape Verde Islands on Thursday.
Tropical Depression #5 Forms In Far East AtlanticForecasters at the National Hurricane Center are tracking the newly-formed Tropical Depression #5 in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean.
Tropical Storm Chantal Now A Tropical WaveWhile the Tropical Storm Warning for the Dominican Republic has been discontinued, several watches and warnings still remain in effect.
TS Chantal Strengthens Slightly In AtlanticA hurricane hunter plane will check of Tropical Storm Chantal on Monday as it continues to churn to the west across the Atlantic.
T.D. 2 Forms Off Coast Of BelizeIt's barely the third week of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season, but the second storm has already formed in the Gulf of Mexico.
NOAA Retires Storm Name Sandy, Replaces With SaraThere will never be another storm named Sandy.