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By JohnEric W. Smith, Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology, Mississippi State University Less than a month into North America’s official summer, heat waves were blistering much of the West. … more
Storm surge flooded nesting sites with eggs and young chicks across the Gulf Coast From Audubon Florida Vulnerable beach-nesting sea and shorebird colonies lost sizable numbers of eggs and … more
Florida residents and visitors should keep a close eye on Tropical Storm / Hurricane Elsa. AAA is providing tips to help residents prepare their family and properties for the storm, and … more
A UCSC report found Florida mangroves prevented $1.5 billion worth of flood damage during Hurricane Irma in 2017 By Michayla Savitt, Public News Service/Florida Environmental groups are … more
Hurricanes, wildfires, tornadoes, floods – whatever your local risk, here's how to be more weather-ready By Erik Salna, Associate Director of Education and Outreach, Extreme Events Institute, … more
From AAA If a hurricane struck Florida tomorrow, would you be ready? A new AAA survey reveals that many residents would not be. Survey Highlights 43% of Floridians do not have an emergency plan 29% … more
The sales-tax holiday May 28-June 2 shaves taxes off purchases of most batteries, coolers, light sources, tarps, radios, portable generators costing up to $1,000, and more... By Laura Cassels, … more
NOAA’s outlook calls for a 60% chance of an above-average season with 13 to 20 named storms. The average for a season is 14 named storms. By John Haughey | The Center Square The National … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square More than 53,000 Florida homeowners will be looking for property insurance on June 1, the day hurricane season begins, if Gov. Ron DeSantis approves requests … more
Hristina Byrnes, 24/7 Wall St. via The Center Square Retirement may mark the end of a career, but it's also the start of a new chapter of adulthood. Ideally, as retirees, people have fewer … more
By Laura Cassels, Florida Phoenix Floridians worry about climate change more than most Americans, and the level of concern among Republicans in weather-battered South Florida is higher than … more
Adequate planning and weatherproofing can offer peace of mind as storm season approaches By Linda Williams For those living in storm-prone areas, having the proper knowledge and resources … more
By Anne Butler Known as Isaias, the category 1 hurricane hit landfall on the east coast Monday evening, bringing buckets of rain and flooding with it in the Carolinas. Florida was first hit … more
Governor DeSantis received a briefing from the Florida Division of Emergency Management and issued Executive Order 20-181, declaring a state of emergency in counties along Florida’s East Coast, in … more
From the Orange County Newsroom   WEATHER PROJECTIONS Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has declared a State of Emergency for all of the Florida’s east-coast counties, including … more
Safety precautions can help prevent poisoning From the Florida Department of Health in Orange County As Floridians begin the task of preparing for Hurricane Isaias, the Florida Department … more
From the Florida Department of Health in Orange County Hurricane Season is here and there have already been a few formed Tropical Storms. The Florida Department of Health in Orange County wants … more
The latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center is expecting this system to maintain tropical storm strength over the next several days as it approaches South Florida By Dr. Athena … more
Parents urged to be cautious as the pandemic changes routines From AAA As summer temperatures reach scorching highs, the inside of a hot car can become a death trap for children. Even … more
From the Public News Service - Florida A new report shows the best protections from natural disasters could come from nature itself. "The Protective Value of Nature" report from The … more
Lake Apopka’s water level decreased 0.3 foot and remained below its regulation schedule for May From the St. Johns River Water Management District After a slow start, Florida’s rainy … more
80% of Floridians who would evacuate, would leave for a Category 2 hurricane or greater From AAA Floridians are increasingly concerned about the 2020 Hurricane Season and the coronavirus is … more
By being proactive ahead of a storm, homeowners can help protect themselves and their property from flooding effects that are typically the biggest problem associated with hurricanes in Florida … more
This sales tax holiday begins Friday, May 29, 2020, and extends through Thursday, June 4, 2020. From the Florida Department of Health in Orange County The Florida Department of Health in … more
By John Haughey | The Center Square The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) warned there is a 60 percent chance for another “above normal” hurricane season in the Atlantic … more
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