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National Hurricane Center

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  • Below-normal temps by 2nd half of the week

     
    Central Maryland could see a few showers and thunderstorms along with 90-degree weather during the next few days as a series of cold fronts approach, and pass through the area. But beyond Wednesday, skies should clear behind the last of......
  • Tropical Storm Gert on her last legs

     
    Tropical Storm Gert - the seventh named storm of the 2011 Atlantic season - was still churning up the Atlantic well east of the Delmarva Peninsula on Tuesday. But the storm was moving briskly off to the northeast at 30 mph,......
  • Caribbean storms show little change

     
    Hurricane forecasters say they've seen little change in that stormy region in the Caribbean. They don't seem to be getting better organized, and atmospheric pressures there have remained steady. But conditions otherwise remain conducive to development...
  • Hurricane Irene poised for sweep up the East Coast

     
    The first hurricane of the 2011 Atlantic season was leaving Puerto Rico and moving toward the northern coast of the Dominican Republic and Haiti Monday morning. And if Hurricane Irene follows the forecast storm track, it can be expected to......
  • Caribbean storm now Tropical Storm Harvey

     
    The tropical depression in the western Caribbean has finally made it to tropical storm strength, becoming the eight named storm of the season, Harvey. It's not huge, but it's way bigger than playwright Mary Chase's six-foot rabbit of the same......
  • Irene's impact looking worse

     
    Hurricane Irene continues to strengthen, and forecast storm tracks are trending closer to the mid-Atlantic beaches. All signs for this storm appear to be looking worse Thursday afternoon, instead of better.Add to that the saturating rains we've been...
  • New tropical depression heads for Gulf Coast

     
    The National Hurricane Center says the stormy region that's been dumping heavy rain on Puerto Rico in recent days has become the third tropical depression of the 2010 Atlantic season. It appears headed through the Florida Straits toward the Gulf coasts......
  • Bonnie's winds fade to 30 mph on La. approach

     
    Hard to imagine that Gulf Coast residents are too impressed, or worried by what's left of Tropical Storm Bonnie.The National Hurricane Center has downgraded the storm to a tropical depression again, and Tropical Storm Warnings along the coast have been......
  • A Friday Gazinta

     
    When we were kids, by the end of the week, my mom's refrigerator was crowded with leftovers, and her imagination and enthusiasm for cooking were depleted. So, she would hum up some noodles, spoon them, and all the leftovers, into......
  • NOAA hurricane predictions were on the money

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:The 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season ends next Wednesday. In May, NOAA forecast an “active to extremely active” season. Forecasters predicted 14-23 storms, with 8-14 hurricanes, 3-7 reaching Cat. 3. Well done. The...
  • New tropical depression forms in Atlantic

     
    The National Hurricane Center has upgraded that stormy region in the tropical Atlantic to tropical depression status, with a 90 percent chance that it will become the season's third named Atlantic storm, perhaps late today. If so, it will become......
  • Limiting insurance in Md. hurricane zone okayed

     
    Maryland's People's Insurance Counsel has lost again in its bid to overturn a decision by Allstate Insurance Company to stop writing new property insurance policies in portions of 11 counties in the state that it regards as most prone to catastrophic...