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TIME Forecasters Predict ‘Below Average’ 2015 Hurricane Season—But Threats Still … TIME Forecasters expect this year’s tropical storm season to be weaker than usual with zero to two major hurricanes predicted to affect the United States, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced Wednesday. The announcement … NOAA’s 2015 hurricane season forecast: What to expect CBS News Forecasters: Quiet hurricane season expected USA TODAY Hurricane forecasting evolving with new storm surge products, upgraded modeling NOAA The Weather Channel - ABC News - WDSU New Orleans all 527 news articles »
So far, at least three forecast teams have called for the upcoming hurricane season to be on the slow side. That sure sounds good, considering most South Floridians loath hurricanes.
WDSU New Orleans St. Charles Parish officials, volunteers prepare for hurricane season 2015 WDSU New Orleans The start of hurricane season is one month away, but the Army Corps of Engineers is wasting no time preparing. Thursday morning the corps tested out the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway West Closure Complex in Belle Chasse to make sure everything is ready. Jefferson Parish urges preparation for 2015 hurricane season NOLA.com JP officials tout recent Improvements as hurricane season approaches FOX 8 News WVUE-TV all 9 news articles »
WCTI12.com Hurricane season begins June 1, Ana becomes first named storm WMC Action News 5 This year will mark the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina which devastated New Orleans and Gulf Coast in August 2005. The storm peaked as a Category 5 hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico before weakening to a Category 3 storm when it made landfall. Atlantic Hurricane Forecast: Up to Three Landfalls Predicted in US for 2015 … AccuWeather.com Hurricane History and the 2015 Tropical Forecast WCTI12.com Tropical Storm Ana Starts Hurricane Season Early CBS Local WTVD-TV - Discovery News all 80 news articles »
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Hurricane season begins June 1, Ana becomes first named storm – WMC Action News 5
Yet another forecast team predicts a slow hurricane season, despite the premature appearance of Tropical Storm Ana last week.
WAPT Jackson David Hartman reveals his 2015 hurricane season forecast WAPT Jackson David Hartman says he expects 8 named storms, with 3 hurricanes and 1 major hurricane this year. Hartman cautions not to let down your guard down, because this season the tropical systems will likely not develop in the Central or Eastern Atlantic but … First named storm of hurricane season forms in Atlantic – nearly a month early The Guardian First named storm forms before Atlantic hurricane season begins KTRK-TV Ana becomes first named storm of 2015 hurricane season WRAL.com CNN - UPI.com all 1,021 news articles »
Myrtle Beach Sun News Hurricane warnings: 12 quotes from experts Asbury Park Press The thousands that we lost in the late 1800s, the (1900) Galveston (Texas) hurricane , hopefully that will never happen again with present day forecasting capability, but look at what happened in ( Hurricane ) Katrina and we saw how much in terms of loss … Hurricane hunters come to Myrtle Beach on east coast tour WECT-TV6 National Hurricane Center director visiting Myrtle Beach WRDW-TV Hurricane Hunters make stop in Myrtle Beach Myrtle Beach Sun News WPDE - Live 5 News all 26 news articles »
The Daily Advertiser Hurricane Rita’s lessons lead to storm surge watches in 2015 The Daily Advertiser The line of severe thunderstorms with high winds and heavy rains that raced through Acadiana Monday is a good reminder that hurricane season is upon us. “This was basically a tropical storm,” U.S. Rep. Charles Boustany, R-Lafayette, said during a … Hurricane season may be slow, forecasts say Florida Today Why Should We Care? Eugene Daily News all 4 news articles »
Chicago Daily Herald AP: Offshore wells buried during Hurricane Ivan have been leaking oil into the … FuelFix (blog) The roots of the leak lie in an underwater mudslide triggered by Hurricane Ivan’s waves in September 2004. That toppled Taylor’s platform and buried 28 wells under sediment about 10 miles off Louisiana’s coast at a depth of roughly 475 feet. Without … Evolving estimates of Taylor Energy’s 11 year Gulf oil leak KRIS Corpus Christi News Secrecy shrouds decade-old oil spill in Gulf of Mexico Chicago Daily Herald Collapsed Gulf oil platform has been leaking since 2004, investigation finds NOLA.com all 162 news articles »