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Remembering Hurricane Ivan

Ten years ago Tuesday, Hurricane Ivan made landfall near Gulf Shores, Alabama (just west of the Florida/Alabama border) as a Category 3 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.  Maximum sustained winds at landfall were estimated to be…

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Unmanned aircraft flies into Tropical Storm Edouard

Most South Floridians are closely watching the low-pressure system currently centered over the northwestern Bahamas.  However, there something else going on over the Atlantic that is extremely interesting.

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Remembering Hurricane Frances

A lot of Floridians, including me, will never forget the extremely active 2004 Atlantic hurricane season. Sept. 5 marks the ten-year anniversary of Hurricane Frances making landfall on the southeast Florida coast.

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Historically, September is peak month for tropical cyclones

Some of the more reliable computer models are suggesting that a tropical wave will move off the west coast of Africa on Thursday and possibly develop into a tropical cyclone through the weekend.

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Remembering Hurricane Charley 10 years later

Ten years ago today, Hurricane Charley made landfall on the southwest Florida coast as a Category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.  Charley was the strongest hurricane to strike the United States since Hurricane Andrew in 1992…

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Active tropics in Pacific

A lot of attention has been on Pacific Hurricanes Iselle and Julio and the potential impacts to the Hawaiian Islands.

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Time to watch tropical waves

The tropics in the Atlantic are pretty quiet at the moment, although tropical waves continue to move off the west coast of Africa every three to four days.

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Being 'flood smart' in South Florida

The daily thunderstorms over South Florida this time of year remind us why we call this the rainy season, and it's important to know how you can prepare for flood damage.

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Tropical depression No. 2 moving westward in Atlantic

Tropical depression #2 continues to move across the Atlantic, but still expected to weaken later in the week.

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July tropical storm formation points

Data from the National Hurricane Center show preferred areas for tropical storm formation in the month of July to be off the southeast U.S. coast and over the Gulf of Mexico.

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