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Tropical Storm Bill makes landfall on the Texas coast with sustained winds of up to 60 miles an hour. It's also bringing heavy rain that's expected to cause widespread flooding in a state…
It's important to create a hurricane preparedness kit for your family, but many forget to include supplies for their pets.
The Sunshine State stands to lose the most if a hurricane makes landfall this year, as more than 2.5 million homes in Florida -- 175,045 in greater Jacksonville -- are at risk of being damaged by…
An AAA survey released Monday -- the first day of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season -- finds that 42 percent of Florida and Georgia residents do not make advanced preparations for tropical weather.
For millions of Americans living in the hurricane zones on the Gulf and East coasts, recent decades have been quiet -- maybe too quiet.2015 hurricane season begins Monday |
U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
While Florida hasn't been hit with a hurricane in nearly a decade, we're still paying for it as another tropical season begins.
AP photo by Pablo Martinez Monsivai
During a visit to the National Hurricane Center in Miaimi, President Barack Obama says the deadly flooding in Texas is a reminder that it is never too early to prepare for natural disasters.
With hurricane season right around the corner, there is the threat of storm damage to your home.
We're less than a week away from the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season. While a quiet season is expected, it only takes one to make it a really bad year!
When it comes to avoiding hurricanes, Florida has gotten lucky since 2005. But every year could be the year the state gets hit again and state officials are always at the ready.
Friday marked the beginning of the east Pacific hurricane season. With the high likelihood of El Nino lasting through the summer, it's looking to be an active season.
Tropical Storm Ana plodded toward the Carolina coast Saturday in an early heaping of rough weather weeks ahead of the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season.
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