Beach Before Hurricane – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Leonard the Food Guy Just a few days after Hurricane Ida left a devastating trail of destruction across multiple states, forecasters were keeping a close eye Sunday on another storm churning across the Atlantic. This one could be even more dangerous. Hurricane Larry, now a Category
Courtesy: Image by David Mark from Pixabay Florida. We did it. The extremely busy 2020 Atlantic hurricane season will officially come to a close today, November 30. Meaning the season for perfect storm conditions spanning the Atlantic and lower Caribbean waters does not have to be revisited until June 1, 2021. That’s not to say
Courtesy: National Weather Service Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in the central part of the Florida Keys late Sunday night, bringing heavy rains and strong wind gusts throughout the night and much of the early morning announced the National Hurricane Center. The 28th named storm of this year’s busy hurricane season entered Lower Matecumbe Key
Astronaut Nick Hague, aboard the International Space Station, posted this picture of Hurricane Dorian’s eye on Twitter on September 2, 2019. Dorian was a Category 4 at the time. Photo: NASA/www.miamiherald.com. Caption from www.miamiherald.com. Florida’s residents and government officials are gearing up to face this reality even though the state is battling a global pandemic
Preparing for a storm, whether a tropical depression or category 5, should happen well before it’s hurtling toward the Sunshine State.