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Low accumulated cyclone energy unusual for this hurricane season thus far Read More
Why NOAA Weather Radio should be a part of your disaster preparedness kit Read More
Humid heat could be a better indicator of heat-related health risks Read More
Severe weather is possible in parts of Florida today and tomorrow Read More
Potential for severe storms Wednesday over Panhandle and parts of peninsula Read More
The dangers beach umbrellas pose when wind whips Read More
How the risk for flash flooding increases after a drought Read More
Flash flood risk through end of week over the Panhandle Read More
CSU outlook continues to predict an active 2022 Atlantic hurricane season Read More
NOAA still expects above-average season in latest outlook Read More
Everything you need to know about getting an evacuation order Read More
Heat.gov launches as a one-stop hub to address extreme heat Read More
Saharan air arrives in Florida, briefly shutting down rain chances as temperatures rise Read More
Hurricane Preparedness for the Hearing Impaired Read More
Florida experienced above-normal temperatures in July, leaning above-normal through October Read More
Let’s Plan For This Weekend’s Weather! Read More

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