National Weather Service (NWS)
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] MIAMI — The active Atlantic is getting busier, as Tropical Storm Isaac has formed. It is expected to become a hurricane as early as tomorrow, and the latest Isaac spaghetti models forecast suggests high odds the storm will move due west in the coming days.
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] MIAMI — Hurricane Beryl became the first hurricane of this year’s Atlantic hurricane season this morning after gaining strength overnight. The path of the relatively tiny Hurricane Beryl is currently tracking westwards through the Atlantic in the general direction of Puerto Rico. The National Hurricane
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] MIAMI — A tropical depression strengthened into Tropical Storm Beryl this afternoon, the National Hurricane Center said. As of 2:30 p.m. ET Thursday, Beryl had winds of 40 mph and was moving to the west at 16 mph. It was located about 1,330 miles east-southeast of the Lesser
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] MIAMI — The National Hurricane Center is watching two areas of the Atlantic Ocean, including one that is a tropical depression. There is no indication either one will form into a hurricane, much less one that will strike the Virgin Islands, according to the hurricane center.
THIS SATELLITE MAP SHOWS WHERE TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO IS IN THE CARIBBEAN [ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Department of Planning and Natural Resources advised the public of an on-going air pollution alert for dust from the Sahara Desert in Africa. The dust is continuing to cause
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] SAN JUAN — We’re still almost a month away from the start of the Atlantic hurricane season, so why are we already looking at tropical weather warnings? A weak low pressure center forecast to develop near Cuba could prove interesting this weekend as it swirls
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] MIAMI — A scientist with Global Weather Oscillations is predicting the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season to be “somewhat of a repeat of 2017,” claiming this year will bring more devastating storms. According to GWO, a storm prediction company, this year’s Atlantic hurricane season may be
[ad name=”HTML-68″] [wpedon id=”23995″ align=”left”] SAN JUAN — Sunny to partly cloudy skies and fair weather conditions are expected. Seas up to five feet and east to southeast winds up to 10 knots expected across the local waters. Moderate rip current risk is expected across the Atlantic coasts of the
1,000 DISPARUS: At Least 985 Additional People Died During Hurricane Maria In Puerto Rico … Why The Cover-Up?
LIVIN’ ON THE STREET: People take advantage of the Optico Fiber companies free wi-fi zone setup for those that don’t have cell service to connect with friends or loved ones as they wait for the damaged telephone grid to be fixed after Hurricane Maria passed through the area on September
‘Heavy Winds’ Expected To Knock Down ‘Wrong-Way’ Storms’ Chances For Further Development … Still, ‘Heavy Rains’ Expected This Weekend
[ad name=”HTML-68″] MIAMI — A low pressure system moving through the region could bring rain to parts of the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Colombia and Hispaniola over the weekend, forecasters said today. As of 6 a.m., the system was over the central Caribbean Sea and was producing disorganized showers and thunderstorms.