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Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

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  • Atlantic hurricane season may be slow again

    Atlantic hurricane season may be slow again
    It’s still way too early to say whether we’ll see a busy, average or slow hurricane season. But some atmospheric signals already indicate it may be another quiet year.
  • Hurricane center upgrading way it warns public

    Hurricane center upgrading way it warns public
    Not everyone faces the same hazards when a hurricane threatens. Those close to the shoreline may be vulnerable to storm surge flooding while inland areas may have to deal with torrential rains. The National Hurricane Center this year plans to...

    Experts: Mythical Camille hurricane party never happened

    Experts: Mythical Camille hurricane party never happened
    For decades, it's been considered one of the most reckless blunders in tropical history. Supposedly, a group of revelers held a hurricane party at a Mississippi apartment complex - laughed in the face of death - as Category 5 Hurricane Camille...

    Only March hurricane on record was 107 years ago

    Only March hurricane on record was 107 years ago
    The year was 1908. Ford Motor Co. manufactured the first Model T. Theodore Roosevelt was president. And Harry Houdini performed a daring escape from a giant milk can. It also was the only year on record when a hurricane formed in March. After...

    El Niño confirmed, may reduce hurricane threat

    El Niño confirmed, may reduce hurricane threat
    The climate phenomenon called El Niño has arrived for the first time in five years, and with it could come a decrease in the upcoming season's risk of hurricanes. El Niño is a rise in the temperature of the central Pacific Ocean, a phenomenon with global...