Storm System Strengthens and Heads for New England

Storm System Strengthens and Heads for New England

On Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018, a nor’easter is heading up the East Coast and blizzard conditions are brewing on the mid-Atlantic coast and the Northeast. The coastal Southeast is experiencing a mix of sleet and snow disrupting morning travelers, and Tallahassee is seeing the first accumulation of snow since 1989, according to AccuWeather. This storm […]

Rebuilding After the Storm

Rebuilding After the Storm

The forecasters at the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) were right. Back in May, NOAA forecasters predicted an above-normal 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, complete with two to four storms ranging from a Category 3 or stronger. Thus far, three hurricanes have exceeded that standard: Harvey, Irma, and Jose. After the winds die down and the […]

2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to Be Busy

2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected to Be Busy

The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be busy. On Aug. 11, 2016, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) updated their forecast numbers regarding the second half of the ongoing season. According to News13, the NOAA made a prediction that the 2016 hurricane season may be the strongest since 2012. The agency increased […]

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