Hurricane Katrina was a catastrophic hurricane that caused extreme destruction across Southern Florida and Southeastern Louisiana in August of the record shattering 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. Today we commemorate the 15th anniversary of Katrina’s legendary landfall in Southeastern Louisiana as a Category 3 major hurricane. Hurricane Katrina’s origins can beRead More →

Two new tropical depressions, numbered Thirteen (right) and Fourteen (left) respectively, have formed in the Atlantic basin. Both of these systems are expected to impact land and could intensify into significant hurricanes. Tropical Depression THIRTEEN Tropical Depression Thirteen was designated in the Main Development Region of the Atlantic Ocean lastRead More →

Hurricane Lane remains a powerful 150mph storm, and is now within striking distance of the Hawaiian islands. Hurricane Watches have been raised this morning for Hawai’i through to Lana’i and Moloka’i, with Oahu possibly following suit later today or tomorrow. According to some computer models, Lane could still be aRead More →