Scientists bring baskets of corals ashore in race to rescue them from record heat
Scientists from the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine, Atmospheric and Earth Science brought in basket after basket of corals ashore on Miami’s Virginia Key Tuesday, as extreme water temperatures threaten South Florida’s reefs.
Miami Sports Pod: Dolphins upset Bills, remain only undefeated team in AFC
On the latest episode of the Miami Sports Pod, Local 10 Sports Anchors Will Manso and Clay Ferraro discuss the major upset win by the Miami Dolphins. First year head coach Mike McDaniel and third year QB Tua Tagovailoa are now 3-0 on the season, the only undefeated team remaining in the AFC.
Pronóstico preocupante para Florida y la costa del Golfo de Estados Unidos
A medida que el huracán Fiona se aleja de los turcos y caicos como un poderoso huracán de categoría 4 y la recién formada tormenta tropical Gastón se acerca al estado de huracán sobre las aguas abiertas del Atlántico norte, una fuerte onda tropical que se mueve hacia el Caribe comandará nuestra atención en Florida a medida que tome forma en los próximos días.
Michael Lowry on his future as Local 10′s Hurricane Specialist, Storm Surge Expert
Shortly upon deciding to leave The Weather Channel as its on-air Hurricane Specialist and Storm Surge Expert at the end of 2016, I received a phone call from Bill Pohovey, the long-time vice president and news director at WPLG – Miami’s local ABC affiliate. Having been a one-time resident of Miami, I knew the station letters well. I also knew its team of meteorologists, including Chief Certified Meteorologist Betty Davis, also a Weather Channel alum, and its resident Hurricane Specialist Max Mayfield, a colleague, friend, and former National Hurricane Center Director. I don’t remember the details of our conversation – it was brief – though I do remember the impression it left. This local station knew its niche – hurricanes – and it had a plan to not only cover them best, but to cover them better than the rest. The timing for me, though, didn’t quite fit.
Watching the Gulf again for development on the official peak day of hurricane season
The National Hurricane Center designates September 10 as the official peak of hurricane season – the day when we are most likely to have a named storm. Today’s date is based on a rolling average of 100 years of storm – plus or minus.
This Week in South Florida Podcast: August 1, 2021
On the latest episode of the This Week in South Florida podcast, hosts Michael Putney and Glenna Milberg are joined by Broward County Mayor Steve Geller, Dr. David Andrews from the University of Miami, Broward School Board Chair Dr. Rosalind Osgood and Chair of the Florida Democratic Party Manny Diaz.
This Week in South Florida Full Episode: August 1, 2021
On the latest episode of This Week in South Florida, hosts Michael Putney and Glenna Milberg are joined by Broward County Mayor Steve Geller, Dr. David Andrews from the University of Miami, Broward School Board Chair Dr. Rosalind Osgood and Chair of the Florida Democratic Party Manny Diaz.
Air quality concerns arise in Surfside following condo collapse
It’s been more than two weeks since the partial collapse of the Champlain Towers South condominiums in Surfside, and now questions about the safety of search crews and residents have arisen due to the recent demolition of the standing structure and all the debris.
Bryan Norcross Podcast - Amy Clement of the University of Miami on hurricanes and climate change
Are the cycles of hurricane activity in the Atlantic real? Is Europe warm because of the Gulf Stream? Will we have more hurricanes in a warmer future world? How should South Florida respond to climate change?