Storm forming over Florida beach – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Holly Mazour Over the past week, hurricanes have been quickly developing in the Atlantic. Despite the fact that Hurricanes Lisa and Martin had little effect on Florida, a new disturbance is building up in the Atlantic and might potentially affect Florida in some areas.
Tropical Storm Causes Flooding on Streets – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Alexandru Chiriac Strong winds, heavy rains, and flooding hit South Florida on Saturday with up to 11 inches of rain falling in some areas since Friday, leaving several cars stalled on Fort Lauderdale and Miami streets. The city of Miami issued a warning
Florida Weather — Courtesy: Shutterstock — Mia2you The coldest weather of this season hit South Florida Monday morning. Throughout the week, temperatures could reach close to freezing or feel that low, and widespread frost can be a threat to sensitive plants and crops if left uncovered. A light northwest wind set the stage for widespread
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
Tropical Storm – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Triff Elsa is holding steady in strength as it nears landfall in Cuba, though the storm is not expected to grow. On Sunday, Elsa swept through Jamaica and is now expected to strike Cuba before turning towards Florida’s Gulf Coast. Concerns about possible high winds from the
Saharan Dust Sunrise over Atlantic Ocean – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Rolando Otero Picturesque sunrises and smelly sargassum will soon be on the horizon for Florida residents as a wave of Saharan Dust is expected to arrive Wednesday of this week. The phenomenon of Saharan dust storms is a rather common occurrence during the