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    2024 Atlantic hurricane forecast shows explosive potential

    EXTENDED RANGE FORECAST OF ATLANTIC SEASONAL HURRICANE ACTIVITY AND LANDFALL STRIKE PROBABILITY FOR 2024 We anticipate that the 2024 Atlantic basin hurricane season will be extremely active. Current El Niño…

    Tropical Storm ELSA expected to enter the Gulf of Mexico around July 5th

    Elsa is being swept toward the Caribbean by a strong high pressure that is sprawled across the Atlantic. This is the same high that is spreading the plume of storm-killing…

    Christmas Day Climatology for the Pine Belt

    Hattiesburg/Pine Belt Area High Temperature Location Normal Warmest Years Coldest Years Hattiesburg 60.5°F 80°F (2015) 80°F (1955) 79°F (2016) 79°F (1974) 78°F (1987) 78°F (1982) 26°F (1983) 34°F (1989) 38°F…

    Pine Belt Christmas Day Climatology

    Hattiesburg/Pine Belt Area High Temperature Location Normal Warmest Years Coldest Years Hattiesburg 60.5°F 80°F (2015) 80°F (1955) 79°F (2016) 79°F (1974) 78°F (1987) 78°F (1982) 26°F (1983) 34°F (1989) 38°F…

    HUMBERTO CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN AND EXPECTED TO BECOME A HURRICANE TONIGHT

    BULLETIN Tropical Storm Humberto Advisory Number 13 NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL AL092019 500 PM EDT Sun Sep 15 2019 ...HUMBERTO CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN... ...RIP CURRENT THREAT WILL INCREASE…

    Tropical Storm Conditions possible Along the Northern Gulf Coast this weekend.

    The National Hurricane Center is tracking three different areas for potential tropical development. The closest to the United States is Invest 95L The model data Now that the NHC has…

    El Niño Fades: 2019 Hurricane Season Predicted to Be Active

    Hurricane forecasters have upped their initial predictions for the 2019 Hurricane Season after El Niño, which developed last Fall has faded. Seasonal forecasters with NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center have increased…

    Meteorologist Jason Scott says Tropical Storm Barry will Bring Major Flooding Problems to the Area!!!

    As of 6 a.m. Friday, Tropical Storm Barry had not strengthened further after slightly strengthening with winds of 50 mph Thursday night, although those winds are not at the center…

    Ahead of July 4th weekend, 4 more Mississippi beaches close due to algae blooms

    As green-blue algae swirls in the Mississippi Sound, twelve beaches across Hancock and Harrison County remain closed to the public. But despite the closures, people can be seen swimming and…

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