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Orange County Government and the Office of Emergency Management will host the 2024 Hurricane Expo on Saturday, June 15th. more
May saw sparse and uneven rainfall, with all counties receiving less than their monthly average. The deficit was nearly two inches in some areas. more
Ocean temperatures have been heating up over the past century, and hitting record highs for much of the past year, driven primarily by the rise in greenhouse gas emissions from burning fossil fuels more
Take the opportunity this Hurricane Season to prepare by selecting the appropriate energy source for your home or business: the direct use of natural gas. Here's the difference it can make in a hurricane. more
Humidity doesn’t just make you feel sticky and uncomfortable – it also creates extra dangerous conditions on hot days. Together, too much heat and humidity can make you sick. And in severe cases, it can cause your body to shut down. more
Farm Share has launched a new disaster relief web page with information on hurricane supplies, upcoming food and hurricane supplies distribution events, and the organization’s disaster preparation and response efforts.  more
If the National Hurricane Center’s early forecast is right, the North Atlantic could see 17 to 25 named storms, eight to 13 hurricanes, and four to seven major hurricanes by the end of November. That’s the highest number of named storms in any NOAA preseason forecast. more
Studies show areas with intact natural defenses, such as dunes, wetlands, and marshes, experienced less damage than areas where such features had been degraded or removed. more
UF/IFAS experts have created a simple-to-follow checklist for hurricane preparedness steps to prepare for this year’s busy hurricane season. more
According to the survey, nearly a quarter of Florida residents (23%) do NOT make advanced preparations for hurricane season or severe weather. more
Forecasters predict above-normal hurricane activity in the Atlantic basin this year, with 17 to 25 named storms. 8 to 13 are forecasted to be hurricanes, including 4 to 7 major hurricanes—meaning a category 3, 4, or 5. more
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts between 17 and 25 named storms this summer and fall, with eight to 13 achieving hurricane status. more
The Census Bureau estimates that nearly 2.5 million Americans had to leave their homes because of disasters in 2023, whether for a short period or much longer. more
The Orange County Emergency Operations Center got a major upgrade to provide everything necessary to ensure exceptional operations. more
Life can be better by the lake, but it’s crucial to recognize the dangers that accompany severe storms. High water levels, flooding, and floating or flying debris are common hazards during and after hurricanes. more
Extreme heat worsens common age-related health conditions such as heart, lung, and kidney disease and can cause delirium. Older people don’t sweat as much as younger people, which makes it harder for their bodies to cool down when temperatures spike. more
Crafting a plan of action ahead of hurricane season is essential to ensuring your pet's safety and well-being. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you prepare and alleviate unnecessary panic. more
April marks the third consecutive month of below-average rainfall for the St. Johns River Water Management District’s 18-county region. While frontal systems brought some rain, it primarily … more
Seniors and special needs residents require extra care, especially during a hurricane, flood, or tornado. Crafting an easy-to-understand action plan that works for a family’s unique needs is important. more
La Niña and El Niño are the two extremes of a recurring climate pattern that can affect weather around the world. more
When hurricanes careen through Florida, they not only damage homes and businesses but also destroy forests and timber farms. more
Frost’s bill would ensure that hurricane preparedness tools, alerts, and planning systems would address the needs of seniors, people with disabilities, non-English speakers, and rural and urban populations. more
DeSantis signed Senate Bill 7028, which will add another $200 million in funding for the My Safe Florida Home Program. more
In March, rainfall across the St. Johns River Water Management District was slightly below the monthly average, with frontal systems being the main source of precipitation. more
In February, the St. Johns River Water Management District region witnessed below-average rainfall, with most precipitation concentrated mid-month. more
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