Every year multiple forecasting outlets provide a forecast for the upcoming hurricane season. It’s something to talk about, but is it something to bank on?
Happy first day of meteorological summer! After a cool start this morning (upper 30s in the coldest suburbs), our temperatures will rebound considerably this afternoon, coming into the mid 70s! There’s always an exception, and […]
A slower-than-usual hurricane season is expected this year because of an expected El Nino, federal forecasters said Thursday, but they warned that it takes only one storm to wreak havoc and urged Americans to be prepared.
NOAA will release their outlook for the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Thursday.
Boston Harbor will soon be home to half a million gallons of federal emergency gasoline reserves.
Despite its quiet finish, the 2011 hurricane season is tied for the third most active since records began in 1851.
Last year was third most active hurricane season on record, with 19 named storms, but none made landfall. Experts feel this year could be much different.
As forecasters predicted, this year was a very active hurricane season in the Atlantic Ocean.
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