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Hurricane Maria is no risk to Florida, but a weak La Nina means October will likely be active. [Read More]
The U.S. may not enjoy a similar period of tropical luckiness for some time to come. [Read More]
Data from reconnaissance aircraft indicates that Irma's maximum sustained winds have soared to an unfathomable 185 mph, which is deep, deep in Category 5 territory. [Read More]
Irma has intensified to a category 4 hurricane with sustained winds of 130mph, and is located several hundred miles east of the northern Lesser Antilles... [Read More]
Will the shadow of the eclipse fall on tropical activity in the Atlantic Ocean? [Read More]
Having the path of totality cross a hurricane is like hitting a rolling bowling ball with a tennis ball while blindfolded. [Read More]