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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
Florida insurance premiums cost homeowners an eye-watering $6,000 a year. That’s more than triple the national average. more
The study contends that if mosquitoes undergo thermal adaptation in their local environments, it could lead to variation in how different populations respond to temperature. Matthew Thomas, a UF/IFAS professor and UF/IFAS Invasive Science Research Institute … more
Of the 18 counties that comprise the District, 11 received between half an inch to an inch more rainfall than their usual monthly average. more
As resilience starts at home, FEMA strongly encourages homeowners in Florida to take mitigation measures to prepare themselves and their families against potential disasters. more
Data from over 15 million consumers in 588 U.S. counties who lost power when hurricanes landed between January 2017 and October 2020 shows that poorer communities waited longer for the lights to return. more
Despite ongoing recovery efforts from the previous year's hurricane season, the St. Johns River and South Florida water management districts are already taking steps to ensure operational readiness. more
December’s weather defied the usual dry trend of this time of year, with the districtwide average rainfall exceeding the typical total. more
The National Weather Service in Melbourne issued a warning that Central Florida will be hit by a severe storm this (Tuesday) afternoon and into the evening. more
Stacker sourced information from NASA, weather channels, and astronomy sites to list 2024's most notable astronomical events to help people plan their sky viewing for the year. more
Above-average rainfall is anticipated from today through the weekend, raising concerns for potential flooding in low-lying areas. more
The Central Florida corridor stretching from Orlando to Daytona experienced abnormally high rainfall amounts, measuring approximately three times higher than the monthly average. more
Today is the last day for Floridians who sustained loss from Hurricane Idalia to apply for federal assistance before the deadline. more
Districtwide, the cumulative rainfall total for the past 12 months is 49.52 inches, which is 1.49 inches below the long-term average. more
Last week, Congressmen Maxwell Alejandro Frost (D-FL-10) and Daniel Webster (R-FL-11) announced the introduction of their bipartisan bill, the Fixing Gaps in Hurricane Preparedness Act. more
Although November hurricanes are few and far between in Florida, the most recent one struck less than a year ago. more
In September, the St. Johns River Water Management District noted disparity in rainfall patterns. Some areas received a mere 3 inches, while others saw over 9 inches. more
These positions are full-time, up to 120-day appointments, that may be extended depending on operational needs. more
July was Earth’s hottest month on record, with average global temperatures more than half a degree Fahrenheit above the previous record, set just a few years earlier in 2019. more
With over two months of the season remaining, Rent.com analyzed Gulf Coast markets to appraise the headwinds and tailwinds for renters residing in this hurricane-prone region. more
On the morning of Sept. 28, 2022, Ian intensified into a Category 4 hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico with maximum sustained winds of 155 mph. more
Orange County Government is set to receive $219 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development... but what should they spend it on? more
On October 1st, 2021, any new flood insurance policies written were subject to the new rating criteria, as were existing policies. On and after April 1st, 2022, all flood policies were renewed using the new ratings.  more
Overall, rainfall across the St. Johns River Water Management District’s 18-county region was drier than average in August. In Orange County, there was an average of 6.07 inches. more
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