2014 Hurricane Season

George Winterling Hurricane Expert

George Winterling's Eye on Storm blog

After 49 years as chief meteorologist at WJXT-TV 4, George Winterling is now the station's hurricane expert. During the tropical season, follow his near-daily posts.

Print it now: Storm survival guide

The Weather Authority's 18-page Hurricane 2014 Hurricane Survival Guide to help prepare for, track and recover from tropical weather.

92L Path

Disturbance may be next named storm

A rapidly organizing disturbance in the central Atlantic may be the next named storm.

NJ damage, Superstorm Sandy 2

Tim Larsen/Office of the Gov.

6.5 million homes at risk from storm surges

Every summer, residents along the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean coasts brace themselves for the hurricane season. An analysis of storm surges found that 6.5 million single family homes are at risk from flooding during this year's hurricane season, according to property researcher CoreLogic.

Hurricane Arthur from space

Reid Wiseman/NASA

Facts, forecasts for 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. The areas covered include the North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea.

Storm Information

  • Name:Two
  • Lat/Long:12.2N, 46.4W
  • Max Winds:30KT
  • Speed:14KT
  • Pressure:1012MB