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  • Stormy weather in the tropics

     
    Hurricane forecasters are watching two areas of stormy weather in the tropics. Neither one is given much chance of developing into a tropical storm in the next 48 hours - just 20 percent. But they are expected to produce plenty......
  • Hurricane Cristobal seen passing west of rain-lashed Bermuda

    Hurricane Cristobal seen passing west of rain-lashed Bermuda
    Hurricane Cristobal is expected to pass well west of Bermuda on Wednesday, where a tropical storm watch is in effect and heavy rain is likely, the National Hurricane Center said. Centered about 425 miles west of Bermuda, Cristobal was moving north at 12...
  • Weekend forecast: Mostly sunny and hot

    Weekend forecast: Mostly sunny and hot
    It should be a fairly nice weekend for playing outdoors with plenty of sun and a low chance of rain. Then again, it should be baking hot. South Florida's Friday forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 90s, lows in the upper 70s and a...
  • Hot with scattered storms today

    Hot with scattered storms today
    It should be another hot one, folks, with "feels-like" temps of 100 degrees or more. Also expect some scattered storms this afternoon. South Florida's Wednesday forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with highs in the low 90s, lows in the upper 70s and a...
  • It's been 10 years since Hurricane Charley took a swing at Florida

    It's been 10 years since Hurricane Charley took a swing at Florida
    Ten years ago Hurricane Charley came barreling up Interstate 4 beginning Florida's season of tropical pain. Charley first formed as a tropical depression in the Atlantic Ocean on Aug. 9 and so began the summer of our discontent. It organized just north...
  • Festival celebrates Caribbean cultures

    The sights, sounds and smells of the Caribbean filled the Mortensen Riverfront Plaza in Hartford – just over the Founders Bridge from East Hartford – for the Annual Taste of the Caribbean and Jerk Festival on Aug. 2. People ate, drank,...
  • Lots of sun, some storms this week

    Lots of sun, some storms this week
    Expect a typical summertime pattern this week - even though it's not officially summer yet - with lots of sun in the mornings and a chance of showers and storms in the afternoons. It also should be steamy hot. South Florida's Monday forecast calls for...
  • 2014 hurricane season forecast: El Niño could make for slow season

    2014 hurricane season forecast: El Niño could make for slow season
    The 2014 hurricane season is upon us. After a very quiet 2013 hurricane season with 14 named storms and only two hurricanes, it looks like we may keep a slow pace for 2014. However, we have to remember it does not matter how many tropical storms or...
  • Sandless in the Caribbean

     Sandless in the Caribbean
    SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — During four days in the historic heart of the Dominican capital, I saw men gather every afternoon in the central square to play dominoes, usually ringed by crowds of onlookers. I saw four women park beside the...
  • JP Taravella's production anchored by exceptional talent, versatility of its ensemble

        "There is an island where rivers run deep, where the sea sparkles in the sun and earns its name jewel of the Antilles ... " And here, JP Taravella High School tells the story of “Once on This Island,” a musical fable about a love...
  • An ecosystem of our own making could pose a threat

    An ecosystem of our own making could pose a threat
    Elizabeth Lopez maneuvered a massive steel claw over the side of a 134-foot sailboat and guided its descent through swaying kelp and schools of fish 10 miles off the coast of San Diego. She was hoping to catch pieces of a mysterious marine ecosystem...
  • Weakest Atlantic hurricane season in decades comes to a close

    Weakest Atlantic hurricane season in decades comes to a close
    With just one storm that made landfall in the United States, this year's Atlantic hurricane season officially ended Saturday as the weakest since 1982. Hurricanes need moist air to form, and the low number of Atlantic hurricanes was due in large part to...