Harvey, Irma, Maria. Is there a global warming connection?
Hurricane Irma has passed through Florida, leaving destruction in its wake. Power is still out for millions, and evacuees don’t know what they’ll find when they return home. It’s time to start the cleanup.
Hurricane Irma has left millions of people without power in Florida. Next will come more wind and heavy rains across Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Hurricane Irma has come ashore near Naples, Florida with a dangerous storm surge and winds over 110 miles per hour.
Hurricane Irma has expanded its wind field, even as the maximum winds have decreased. The southeast coast of the Sunshine State, originally primed for a direct hit, breathed more easily as forecasts shifted the path of Irma well to the west. But the storm is now so large that Miami, 100 miles from the center, […]
Even with the eye of Hurricane Irma barely a day away from potential landfall, forecasters are still struggling to define the exact path of the storm.
Hurricane Irma is a Cat 4 storm liable to do a great deal of damage in Florida. Storm surge, wind, and rain will impact the area, and timely evacuation is a good choice.
It’s a busy time with an eclipse, heat waves, an epic hurricane and accompanying flood. What’s next for the weather, and Hurricane Irma?
Now you see it, now you don’t. Could climate change affect eclipse viewing? And – how warm has 2017 been?
The sun dominates August 2017, both for heat and an eclipse. But the tropics are torrid, too.