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Hurricane 2018: How to hunker down when you shouldn't evacuate
Hurricane 2018: I took shelter from Irma. Here's what I learned.
Hurricane 2018: How to (barely) survive a week without power
Hurricane 2018: Gear up to gut it out. Prepare your kit now.
Hurricane 2018: Heed Irma's lessons to protect your stuff
Hurricane 2018: Forecasters predict an active Atlantic storm season
Hurricane 2018: How I took care of my mother during Irma
Hurricane 2018: Don't wait for the storm to protect your pets
Dreaded 'cone of uncertainty' will shrink for the coming hurricane season
Hurricane 2018: Is Florida better prepared for storms? Not quite
Hurricane 2018: A storm season Q&A with Gov. Rick Scott
Hurricane 2018: Get ready with the sales tax holiday, June 1-7
Hurricane 2018: What a veterinarian learned from Irma
Hurricane 2018: Evacuating? Drive tens of miles - not hundreds
Hurricane 2018: How to hunker down when you're not evacuating
Hurricane debate: Will we see intense seasons or quieter ones?
Hurricane 2018: Tampa Bay Times + social media = staying informed
Timelapse video shows entire 2018 hurricane season, from space
On the final day of hurricane season, government satellite imagery shows the storms that formed around the Atlantic Basin.
Cold front to steer tropical disturbance away from Florida, forecasters say
A tropical disturbance is likely to develop into a cyclone over the next few days, according to the National Weather Service. But by the mid-week a cold front moving east should carry the storm away.
Tropical wave in the Atlantic could form into sub-tropical cyclone by midweek
Hurricane season may be winding down, but there’s still a chance for more weather systems to develop as November 30 draws closer.
Hurricane Michael: What if it had hit Tampa Bay?
Hurricane Michael barely grazed the edge of the Tampa Bay area on its way to flattening the small towns of the Florida Panhandle. But what if Tampa Bay had been its target? What if the strong…
Climate change was behind this summer's extreme weather
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Summer 2018 saw an unprecedented spate of extreme floods, droughts, heat waves and wildfires break out across North America, Europe and Asia. The scenes played out on our television screens and in our
In Apalachicola, residents wait for Hurricane Michael: ‘Until the water comes up, we’re just waiting’
APALACHICOLA — Inside the Apalachicola Ice Company, a bar that was once an outboard motor shop in an old Panhandle city where many buildings were something else before, there is a small,…
Willa weakens to tropical storm in Mexico; torrential rain to continue
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Wednesday that Hurricane Willa has weakened to a tropical storm but torrential rains will continue in west-central Mexico.
Hurricane Willa an 'extremely dangerous' Category 5 storm taking aim on Mexico's west coast
Hurricane Willa has grown rapidly into an "extremely dangerous" Category 5 storm in the eastern Pacific, set to smash into Mexico's western coast between Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta by Wednesday.
Baby born after Hurricane Michael starts life in Walmart parking lot
Wilmer Capps, wife Lorrainda Smith and little Luke settled in for the longest of nights in the best spot they could find: The parking lot of a Walmart store shut down by the storm.
Hurricane Michael: From atop bridges, those inside the destruction talk to the world
PORT ST. JOE Bridges span voids. Traditionally, the gaps are physical barriers, be it rivers, railroads or ravines. After Hurricane Michael, the bridges near Mexico Beach have become portals of…