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Cold front in FL this weekend!

A strong cold front will move through the state Saturday, bringing with it some heavy rain showers this morning and some gusty winds. The cold front will move progressively through the Treasure Coast this morning into Palm Beach County this afternoon. According to weather reports the cold front is moving at a very fast pace […]

Could We Have T.S. Nestor by the Weekend?

An area in the Gulf of Mexico has a 70% chance of development into Tropical Storm Nestor over the next 5 days. Regardless of what this becomes, it will approach the Gulf Coast on Friday and Saturday and bring heavy rainfall to areas across the south. System in the Bay of Campeche getting more organized […]

UPDATED: Tropical Storm Karen Weakening, Predicted to Dissipate By Saturday

It looks like we won’t have to worry about Karen after all. The National Hurricane Center says the tropical storm, which was previously forecast to affect our area next week, now appears likely to weaken and dissipate before then, with no threat to us or anywhere else, for that matter. As of 5 p.m. Thursday, […]

TS Karen Targets Puerto Rico, Then What?

Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands are bracing for another storm. Tropical Storm Karen is expected to arrive today, bringing heavy rains and wind. Currently the storm has maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour. Puerto Rico’s governor has activated the National Guard and is warning people in low-lying areas to find shelter. On […]

Windy weekend for South Florida, Multiple advisories issued

Residents of South Florida are urged to steer clear of a weekend on the water after multiple weather advisories have been issued due to “strong gusty winds.” According to CBS12, “strong high pressure located over the Carolinas will combine with lower pressure across the Caribbean to continue the tight pressure gradient across South Florida.” ENE […]

Hurricane Jerry Strengthens, Should Miss Florida and Bahamas

Jerry has become a Category 1 Hurricane, according to the National Hurricane Center’s 11 a.m. advisory. Hurricane Jerry formed in the eastern Atlantic Ocean this morning and is gaining strength as of the National Hurricane Center’s 11 a.m. advisory. Maximum sustained winds are up to 75mph, and the system is moving WNW at 16 mph. […]

Tropical Depression Forms in the Atlantic

Tropical depression number 10 has formed over the central tropical Atlantic and it is heading toward the Northern Leeward Islands. The system could become Tropical Storm Imelda later today. The National Hurricane Center says it is too soon to tell if the system will affect South Florida by next week. SUMMARY OF 1100 AM AST…1500 […]

Tropical Storm Humberto no threat to FL

Tropical Storm Humberto is about not going to be a threat to Florida, CBS12 reports. Tropical Storm Humberto is about 300 miles east of West Palm Beach and will be moving away from Florida Saturday, Sunday and Monday. On Saturday, partly cloudy skies with scattered showers, gusty NE winds 25-30+ mph with very rough surf […]

NHC Tracking Three Areas of Concern as Tropics Heat Up

A disturbance north of Hispaniola continues to move slowly northwest and currently has a 50 percent chance for tropical development in the next five days. Computer models indicate the system could become a tropical depression by Friday and then perhaps Tropical Storm Humberto by Sunday. TRACKING THE TROPICS: A soggy weekend is ahead because of […]

UPDATED: Info on Transportation, Tolls, Schools and Other Storm Impacts

Governor Ron DeSantis announced the suspension of tolls on several Florida highways during a Sunday afternoon news conference, as preparations continue ahead of a possible impact from Hurricane Dorian. Tolls have been suspended until further notice on these highways: Florida’s Turnpike Alligator Alley Sawgrass Expressway Beachline Expressway East and West Beltway, 417 and 429 DeSantis […]