Trio of storms in Atlantic vie to become first tropical depression since July 1
Most likely to form a tropical depression is a region of stormy weather over the middle of the Atlantic, which has a 40% chance. It is forecast to move west-northwest across the eastern Caribbean Sea starting Tuesday and into mid-week.sun-sentinel.com
8 more dead pulled from rubble of collapsed Florida condo
The search for victims of the collapse of a Miami-area high-rise condominium reached its 14th day on Wednesday, with the death toll at three dozen, more than 100 people still unaccounted for and authorities sounding more and more grim. Crews on Tuesday dug through pulverized concrete where the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside once stood, filling buckets that were passed down a line to be emptied and then returned. The up-close look at the search, compliments of video released by the Miami-Dade County Fire Rescue Department, came as eight more deaths were announced — the most for a single day since the search began.news.yahoo.com
Haiti and Dominican Republic issue red alerts as Hurricane Elsa approaches Hispaniola
As Hurricane Elsa continued to move through the Caribbean Sea Saturday toward the island of Hispaniola, which the Dominican Republic and Haiti share, both nations issued red alerts, warning residents to anticipate massive amounts of rains and winds.news.yahoo.com
Hurricane Elsa races toward Haiti amid fears of landslides
Hurricane Elsa raced toward Haiti and the Dominican Republic on Saturday, where it threatened to unleash flooding and landslides before taking aim at Cuba and Florida. The Category 1 storm was located about 395 miles (635 kilometers) east-southeast of Isla Beata, Dominican Republic and was moving west-northwest at 29 mph (46 kph). It had maximum sustained winds of 80 mph (130 kph), with the hurricane expected to become a tropical storm after hitting Cuba, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.news.yahoo.com
Miami-Dade mayor juggles hurricane preparation, building collapse aftermath
Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava was receiving updates Friday evening about Hurricane Elsa in the Caribbean, the search-and-rescue operation at the site of the Surfside building collapse, and the ongoing building inspections.
Hurricane Elsa’s path shifts slightly west, putting most of coastal South Florida outside forecast’s potential track
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Hurricane Elsa, which had strengthened Friday afternoon as it continued speeding through the Caribbean, saw its forecast track shift slightly westward in the 5 p.m. EDT advisory, placing most of coastal South Florida — including Surfside, where rescue efforts after the condo collapse are ongoing — outside the National Hurricane Center’s projected potential path. ...news.yahoo.com
Hurricane Elsa causes widespread damage in Barbados, St. Lucia, aims at Hispaniola
Hurricane Elsa battered the islands of St. Lucia and Barbados on Friday, tearing off rooftops, downing trees and power lines and blocking roads as it moved across the eastern Caribbean with 75 mph winds and heavy rain.news.yahoo.com
What will happen to the collapsed Surfside building if Hurricane Elsa affects Florida?
Authorities managing the search under the rubble of the partially collapsed building in Surfside are worried that Hurricane Elsa could bring down the portion of Champlain Towers South Condo that remains standing.news.yahoo.com
Elsa becomes a hurricane as it approaches the Caribbean - Florida impacts still unclear
Hurricane force gusts were measured this morning on the island of Barbados as Elsa makes its final approach to the Caribbean Sea, so the storm is officially designated Hurricane Elsa. 2nd is more than a month earlier than the long-term average date the first hurricane forms.
MAP: Here’s the latest forecast track of Hurricane Elsa
Here's the latest forecast track of hurricane Elsa, which could could make landfall in Florida early next week, according to the National Hurricane Center. The map includes the spaghetti models that show the various paths predicted by forecasting models.sun-sentinel.com
Elsa strengthens into season's 1st hurricane in Caribbean
Elsa has strengthened into the first hurricane of the Atlantic season and it's blowing off roofs, snapping trees and destroying crops in the eastern Caribbean, where officials closed schools, businesses and airports under the threat of flash flooding and landslides.