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T​ropical Storm Idalia is organizing and has developed in the Caribbean Sea, near the Yucatan Peninsula. Idalia is forecast to strengthen early this week as it moves northward through the Gulf of Mexico. more
In an update, the NHC warned of up to fifteen inches of rain in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, which are under a Tropical Storm Warning. more
Unlike many other accounts within the federal government, FEMA is able to pause funding on some projects and divert that money to lifesaving and life-sustaining activities. more
Districtwide, July rainfall averaged 6.84 inches, which is 1.27 inches above the average for the month. The cumulative total for the past 12 months is 51.01 inches, which is 5 inches above the long-term average. more
While people are used to thinking about how clothing, air movement, temperature, and humidity affect comfort, two lesser-known measures can help explain how they experience comfort indoors. more
The Florida Division of Emergency Management announced the availability of Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding for Hurricane Nicole. HMGP for Hurricane Ian was announced previously. more
Between the record-breaking global heat and extreme downpours, it’s hard to ignore that something unusual is happening with the weather in 2023. more
Heat exposure is responsible for at least several dozen fatalities in the U.S. each year, but currently, there are no state regulations in Florida or nationally to address heat-related stress. BY: MITCH PERRY - JULY 18, 2023 7:00 AM   A farmworker in Immokalee harvests tomatoes. Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images … more
SciLine interviewed Dr. W. Larry Kenney, professor of physiology and kinesiology at Penn State University, who discussed why humid heat can be dangerous to human health. more
In case you hadn’t heard, Florida and the rest of the world suffered a heat wave last week, the likes of which we’ve never seen before. more
Help is still available for Hurricane Ian survivors through Disaster Case Management. Volunteer Florida manages this FEMA-funded program. more
Forecasters had made preseason predictions that the Atlantic hurricane season would see fewer storms than usual, but some researchers now say above-average activity is in store. more
Districtwide, June rainfall averaged 8.20 inches, which is 1.46 inches above the average for the month. The cumulative rainfall total for the past 12 months is 54.65 inches, 3.64 inches above the average. more
The study discovered that hurricanes ultimately help warm the ocean by enhancing its ability to absorb and store heat. And that can have far-reaching consequences. more
While forecasters do not project the storm will gain enough speed to become a hurricane, its future remains unclear, according to the National Hurricane Center. more
St. Johns River Water Management District staff prepare and train year-round for emergencies — both to address our operational needs and to assist the communities we serve. more
May brought average to above-average rainfall to the St. Johns River Water Management District’s 18-county region and, according to the U.S Drought Monitor, relieved all drought conditions districtwide. more
Hurricane Prep: Residents can help, and in fact play a vital role in protecting their local communities before and during hurricane season, which officially runs through November 30th. more
Last week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released the 2023 Hurricane Season outlook, which forecasts up to 17 named storms, including up to nine hurricanes. more
Severe weather like hurricanes can wreak havoc on your home, damage your vehicle, and sidetrack your summer vacation. That’s why AAA is sharing its top insurance policies for hurricane season … more
The Atlantic hurricane season starts today, and forecasters are keeping a close eye on rising ocean temperatures, and not just in the Atlantic. more
In the North Atlantic, tropical storms typically form over the warm waters off eastern Africa. As they move westward, they often hit Caribbean islands before making landfall on the US. more
When assessing trees, arborists normally examine dozens of visual defects to determine which trees pose an unacceptable risk of “failure” — for example, falling or uprooting. more
In anticipation of Hurricane Season – starting June 1st and closing November 30th – the Lake Apopka Natural Gas District is encouraging our communities to get ahead of potential storms. more
Drought conditions throughout the St. Johns River Water Management District’s 18-county region improved, especially along the coast, thanks to above-average rainfall in April. more
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