The first preliminary outlook for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season reveals that 2021 is likely to be another active year.
A record-breaking 2020 Atlantic hurricane season officially comes to an end on Nov. 30, and it was one of the history books. However, it's important to note tropical storms could continue to develop past Monday, reports NOAA.
In the spirit of giving this Thanksgiving, a Tampa woman is giving all she can to help her native country of Nicaragua following two back to back hurricanes in November that killed over a hundred people and flattened communities in Central America.
Inside shelters and improvised camps across Central America, families who lost everything in the severe flooding set off by the two major hurricanes are arriving at the same conclusion.
A book full of moments a mother and father cherish ended up on the side of the road in Mississippi.
Hurricane Iota has roared ashore as a dangerous Category 4 storm along almost exactly the same stretch of Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast that was devastated by an equally powerful Hurricane Eta 13 days earlier.
Hurricane Iota rapidly strengthened Monday into a Category 5 storm that is likely to bring catastrophic damage to the same part of Central America already battered by a powerful Hurricane Eta less than two weeks ago.
Hurricane Iota is rapidly gaining strength after becoming the 13th hurricane of the Atlantic season.
Iota became the 13th hurricane of the Atlantic season early Sunday, threatening to bring another dangerous system to Nicaragua and Honduras — countries recently clobbered by a Category 4 Hurricane Eta.
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season has already shattered the record of named storms and there are still two weeks left before it is officially over.
The record-breaking 2020 hurricane season continues, as Tropical Storm Iota has formed in the Caribbean.
Pouring rain and rising tides were not a good mix in Longboat Key Wednesday night. Residents were left drying out their homes.
Tropical Storm Eta made its second landfall in Florida near Cedar Key early this morning as it accelerated away from the Tampa Bay area, leaving floodwaters behind. It is expected to be out of the state and into the Atlantic by the end of the day.
Forecasters are keeping an eye on a tropical wave that has a high chance of becoming a tropical depression of the Atlantic hurricane season.
Ongoing updates from Manatee County as Tropical Storm Eta impacts Florida.
Ongoing updates from Pinellas County as Tropical Storm Eta impacts Florida.
Ongoing updates from Hillsborough County as Tropical Storm Eta impacts Florida.
Ongoing updates from Pasco County as Tropical Storm Eta impacts Florida.
Ongoing updates from Sarasota County as Tropical Storm Eta impacts Florida.
As Eta made its way up Florida's west coast, northern parts of the Tampa Bay area braced for a possible direct impact from the storm.