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Yes, hurricanes can happen here; only a matter of when – Tallahassee.com

Tallahassee.com Yes, hurricanes can happen here; only a matter of when Tallahassee.com As I wrote in my first hurricane season article Sunday, May 29, “Understanding Psychology of Hurricane Preparedness,” many of us have false, preconceived notions, or “theories of our own” that a hurricane can't happen in Tallahassee and the Big Bend area.

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Yes, hurricanes can happen here; only a matter of when – Tallahassee.com

The National Hurricane Center is watching an area of thunderstorms near the Yucatan Peninsula for possible tropical … – Palm Beach Post (blog)

Palm Beach Post (blog) The National Hurricane Center is watching an area of thunderstorms near the Yucatan Peninsula for possible tropical … Palm Beach Post (blog) Less than three weeks into the official hurricane season, the feeble system strode into Mexico after sipping on the bathtub-warm waters of the Bay of Campeche and following the June 5 debut of Tropical Storm Colin — the earliest C-named storm on record. Low pressure system near the Yucatan being monitored NOLA.com all 9 news articles »

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Hurricane Center watching new area for possible tropical development – Palm Beach Post (blog)

Palm Beach Post (blog) Hurricane Center watching new area for possible tropical development Palm Beach Post (blog) The National Hurricane Center is watching an area of thunderstorms near the Yucatan Peninsula for possible tropical development. The area of disorganized storms and showers over the Caribbean Sea is associated with a tropical wave and low pressure … Low pressure system near the Yucatan being monitored NOLA.com all 8 news articles »

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Hurricane Center watching new area for possible tropical development – Palm Beach Post (blog)

Does Danielle’s Mid-June Appearance Say Anything About The Rest of Hurricane Season? | The Weather Channel – The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel Does Danielle's Mid-June Appearance Say Anything About The Rest of Hurricane Season? | The Weather Channel The Weather Channel Danielle's name was scratched off the list June 20, and this hurricane season is now two months ahead of schedule. Does this mean we're in for a long, busy hurricane season? We're in uncharted territory now, but likely this activity doesn't lend itself … and more »

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Does Danielle’s Mid-June Appearance Say Anything About The Rest of Hurricane Season? | The Weather Channel – The Weather Channel

Hurricane preparedness gets high tech in Fort Myers, Florida – TechRepublic

TechRepublic Hurricane preparedness gets high tech in Fort Myers, Florida TechRepublic The 2016 Atlantic hurricane season is upon us. Meteorologists at Colorado State University (CSU) predict the 2016 hurricane season will be the most active since 2012. Dr. Phil Klotzbach, CSU lead forecaster, expects to see 14 named storms, six … and more »

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More hurricane activity expected in the Gulf this season – WAFB.com

Patch.com More hurricane activity expected in the Gulf this season WAFB.com Factor in two pre-season storms – Alex, only the second hurricane to form in the Atlantic during January and Bonnie, which threatened the Carolina Coasts at the end of May – and you have a extremely unusual start to the 2016 Hurricane Season! Two … Tropical Storm Danielle forms off Mexico's east coast NOLA.com Hurricane Season 2016: Tropical Storm Danielle Forms Patch.com Hurricane season's fourth tropical storm forms Caribbean360.com (subscription) USA TODAY  – Wink News  – Reuters all 188 news articles »

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More hurricane activity expected in the Gulf this season – WAFB.com

Hurricane Season 2016: Tropical Storm Danielle Forms – Patch.com

Patch.com Hurricane Season 2016: Tropical Storm Danielle Forms Patch.com Danielle is the second named storm to form since the June 1 start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. Tropical Storm Colin, which brought plenty of rain and flooding to the Tampa Bay area, was the first. With the season set to run through Nov. 30 … Tropical Storm Danielle forms off Mexico's east coast NOLA.com More hurricane activity expected in the Gulf this season WAFB.com Tropical Storm Danielle forms in the Gulf, takes aim at Mexico USA TODAY St. Lucia News Online  – Wink News  – Reuters all 259 news articles »

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Hurricane season in the U.S. stretches from now to Nov. 30 – Kansas City Star (blog)

Kansas City Star (blog) Hurricane season in the U.S. stretches from now to Nov. 30 Kansas City Star (blog) Although its start has been rather tame so far, this year's hurricane season because of the population shift to coastal areas and climate change could potentially be quite serious and costly in property damage and lives. The U.S. Census notes that the …

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Hurricane season in the U.S. stretches from now to Nov. 30 – Kansas City Star (blog)

Tropical Storm Danielle forms off Mexico’s east coast – NOLA.com

Caribbean360.com (subscription) Tropical Storm Danielle forms off Mexico's east coast NOLA.com It's the fourth named storm of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season. The storm is about 95 miles east-southeast of Tuxpan, Mexico, and about 100 miles north-northeast of Veracruz, Mexico. Maximum sustained winds are 40 mph. It's moving west-northwest at … Storm in Gulf of Mexico heads for Mexico: Hurricane Center Reuters Hurricane season's fourth tropical storm forms Caribbean360.com (subscription) Hurricane season's 4th tropical depression forms in southwestern Gulf of Mexico Wink News Your Houston News  – Patch.com  – Daily Mail all 167 news articles »

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Hurricane season’s 4th tropical depression forms in southwestern Gulf of Mexico – Wink News

CBS Local Hurricane season's 4th tropical depression forms in southwestern Gulf of Mexico Wink News FORT MYERS, Fla. – The fourth tropical cyclone of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season has developed over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, according to the Associated Press. However, it does not pose an immediate threat to Southwest Florida and is … Storm forms in Gulf of Mexico, heads for Mexico: Hurricane Center Yahoo News Tropical depression very likely to form in Gulf of Mexico on Sunday or Monday NOLA.com New tropical depression 'likely' to form, track toward Mexico AL.com Palm Beach Post (blog) all 68 news articles »

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Hurricane season’s 4th tropical depression forms in southwestern Gulf of Mexico – Wink News

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