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Forecasters predict a near- or above-normal 2018 Atlantic hurricane season

2018 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook

Forecasters predict a 35 percent chance of an above-normal season, a 40 percent chance of a near-normal season, and a 25 percent chance of a below-normal season for the upcoming hurricane season, which extends from June 1 to November 30. “With the advances made in hardware and computing over the course of the last year, the ability of NOAA scientists ...

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4 PM Hurricane Nate Update Moves Landfall West to Gulfport

The National Hurricane Center released its 4 PM CDT Hurricane Nate advisory that projects a landfall near Gulfport. The storm is currently located at 28.4N, 89.1W with maximum sustained winds of 90 mph. Nate is moving NNW at 23 mph and is expected to make landfall around midnight Saturday night. Previously, the landfall had been expected just east of Biloxi early ...

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Hurricane Nate Likely to Hit Near Biloxi as Category Two Storm

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Hurricane Nate is now a category one storm with 90 mph winds and its projected track is centered just east of Biloxi, Mississippi for an early Sunday morning landfall.   Nate is forecast to make landfall around 1 AM CDT as a high category two storm with maximum sustained winds of 105 MPH. Extremely dangerous winds will cause extensive damage: Well-constructed frame ...

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Maria, packing 155 MPH winds, makes landfall in Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria nears Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria, now a catastrophic category four storm, slammed St. Croix early Wednesday morning and has now officially made landfall on the U.S. Territory of Puerto Rico. [email protected] on Hurricane Maria: "This is going to devastate, unfortunately, Puerto Rico." https://t.co/HeBrxZtSJK pic.twitter.com/5yepBqPnFf — Fox News (@FoxNews) September 20, 2017 Current Position and Track Maria moved past St. Croix in the early ...

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Here’s what happens when two hurricanes collide

What happens when hurricanes collide

The phenomenon is called the Fujiwhara effect. Named for Japanese meteorologist Sakuhei Fujiwhara who originally described it in 1921. If two cyclones pass within 900 miles of each other, they can start to orbit. What happens next depends on the size of the Hurricanes.

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Irma 9 am Update – Tropical Storm – 5.1 million without power

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Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Storm Surge Map Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it The latest update on Hurricane Irma shows the storm striking continuing through northern Florida as a category one storm. More than 5.1 million are without power in Florida and Georgia. This is the most up to date story on Irma ...

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Irma: Cat 2 – Headed St. Pete – 3 million without power – 8 pm Update

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Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Storm Surge Map U.S. Impacts Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it This article is OUTDATED –  see all of our Irma coverage HERE. The latest update on Hurricane Irma shows the storm striking the Tampa Bay area in the early hours Monday where the National Weather Service says they should ...

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Hurricane Irma: Images and Video from Storm Hit Locations

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Hurricane Irma is the most powerful Hurricane to come from the Atlantic Basin. Featuring 185 mph winds, the storm ran through the leeward islands of the Caribbean Tuesday night and Wednesday morning then took its toll on Florida. Florida Stunning drone footage captures severe damage, flooding in Naples after Hurricane #Irma blows through the area. https://t.co/pv3EJu5Jua pic.twitter.com/mo7uSA6iI8 — ABC News ...

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Irma: CAT 4 – Again! ; 200,000 without Power – 2am Update

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Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Computer Models Storm Surge Map U.S. Impacts Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it The latest update on Hurricane Irma shows the storm moving more west than had been forecast, but the storm is strengthening. As Irma approaches the Florida coast, almost 200,000 people are without power according to Florida ...

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Hurricane Irma Turns North – 4pm Update

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Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Computer Models Storm Surge Map U.S. Impacts Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it The newest National Weather Service forecast predicts a catastrophic track for Hurricane Irma which has led Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina to issue new evacuation orders for certain areas of those states. This post is OUTDATED.  See ...

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‘Prepare for the Worst’ – Cat 5 Hurricane Irma – 2am Update

Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Computer Models Storm Surge Map U.S. Impacts Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it The newest National Weather Service forecast predicts a catastrophic track for Hurricane Irma which has led Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina to issue new evacuation orders for certain areas of those states. This is OUTDATED but all of ...

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Hurricane Irma targets Florida for a beat down – track, intensity, evacuations – 2am update

Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Computer Models Storm Surge Map U.S. Impacts Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it The newest National Weather Service forecast predicts catastrophic track for Hurricane Irma so Florida and Georgia have issued new evacuation orders for certain areas of those states. This post is OUTDATED, follow our latest Irma coverage ...

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Irma track Catastrophic for Florida – new evacuation orders – 11pm Update

Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Computer Models Storm Surge Map U.S. Impacts Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it The newest National Weather Service forecast predicts catastrophic track for Hurricane Irma so Florida and Georgia have issued new evacuation orders for certain areas of those states. This is an outdated post, but you can follow ...

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Irma: Florida impact almost certain; 175 mph winds – 3 pm Update

Latest on Irma Current Position and Track Strength, Movement Computer Models U.S. Impacts Watches/Warnings What to expect When to expect it Supercomputers are still struggling to nail down the path of Category 5 Hurricane Irma leaving forecasters with multiple possibilities for the storm’s track and intensity as she nears the Florida Straights and the U.S. Southeastern coast. The storm was supposed to ...

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