tropical storms

It's been upgraded from a tropical storm to a Category 1 hurricane.
A tropical storm warning, meanwhile, remained in effect from the South Santee River in South Carolina to Cape Lookout, North
For me, there is no cemetery. I sit on the stairs facing the bookcase on the landing where my father's ashes are beautifully boxed. Usually, I have a Coke and a couple of French fries in hand. Sometimes, I'll play an old Earth, Wind & Fire CD from my dad's collection, maybe Sammy Davis Jr., or Barry White.
The waiting is the hardest part. We can all feel the change that is coming in our bones. So the question that is present: How do you prepare to meet the storm?
"As dry areas get drier and wet areas get wetter, are you priming the soil to get more frequent inland tropical cyclone intensification
Instead of looking out for the best interest of the public, the Weather Channel looking out for the best interest of itself.
Liberals are supposed to believe that all extreme weather is proof of climate change, and the conservative position is one of denial. When it comes to the weather, though, I prefer science to politics.
With so much information being generated from weather and non-weather sources, it's difficult to separate fact from fiction. If you're in the potential path of the storm, then follow local sources of weather information extremely closely and take any necessary actions to best prepare yourself.
Tropical weather is heating up! Now that we are in the thick of hurricane season, you may be wondering about disaster insurance: if the worst happens, am I covered?
Democracy Now! hosts a discussion about the politics of news reporters linking climate change to their coverage of extreme weather events with The Guardian's U.S. environment correspondent Suzanne Goldenberg and Jeff Masters, director of meteorology at the Weather Underground website.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., June 27 (Reuters) - The remnants of Tropical Storm Debby moved out into the open Atlantic on Wednesday
Because tropical storms and hurricanes are fueled by warm ocean waters, the areas that have the ingredients required to feed
Even though the 2012 Atlantic basin hurricane season is off to a fast start--with Tropical Storm Alberto last weekend and the likelihood of a second system along the Southeast coast this week--NOAA predicts a near-normal season overall.
One large-scale factor contributing to a greater intensity of hurricane seasons in recent years is a warm phase of sea-surface temperatures. With warm water being the fuel for hurricanes, this phase produces more, and more intense, hurricanes.
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If there is one thing that we learned from Hurricane Irene, it's that a tropical storm or hurricane doesn't have to have the highest winds in order to cause massive damage.