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Hurricane survey: water’s the threat, but most still fear wind
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (PBP) -- Despite all the public education, a staggering 84 percent of people surveyed still believe wind, not water,is the greatest threat to their safety, and base their evacuation decisions on wind speed or a storm’s category, the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes said this week.
National Hurricane Center to issue storm surge maps
MIAMI, Fla. -- The National Hurricane Center plans to release storm surge predictions with each storm that threatens the most vulnerable U.S. coastlines.
Atlantic hurricane season comes to an end
MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -- The 2013 Atlantic hurricane season has come to an end.
Wind, rain, sea pound India as large cyclone nears
BEHRAMPUR, India (AP) -- Hundreds of thousands of people living along India's eastern coastline were taking shelter Saturday from a massive, powerful cyclone that was set to reach land packing destructive winds and heavy rains.
Operations normal at FSU's main campus
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Emergency management officials are continuing to monitor the progress of Tropical Storm Karen.
Ryan Smith Blog: Tracking Karen
PASCAGOULA, Miss. -- We've hit the road tracking Tropical Storm Karen as it churns toward the U.S. Gulf Coast. Video Video
Local National Guardsmen recalled from furlough because of TS Karen
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The eminent threat of Tropical Storm Karen has forced government leaders to lift furloughs on a group of essential National Guard personnel.
Karen threatens US during quiet hurricane season
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Officials on the Louisiana barrier island of Grand Isle have called for a mandatory evacuation with Tropical Storm Karen moving through the Gulf of Mexico.
"Jerry" is born...while the First Alert Weather Team focuses on the Caribbean
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Tropical Storm Jerry forms in the Atlantic.
Flossie: Tropical storm weakens en route to Hawaii
HONOLULU (AP) -- Weather officials say Tropical Storm Flossie is weakening as it slowly moves westward across the Pacific toward Hawaii, but it's is still expected to bring heavy rains and winds up to 60 mph when it reaches the state late Sunday night.
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