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Atlantic Hurricane Season Shows No Signs of Slowing

8/23/2021 - The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season is well underway, and atmospheric and oceanic conditions remain conducive for an above-average hurricane season, according to the annual mid-season update issued by NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center, a division of the National Weather Service. The latest outlook reflects that the number of expected named storms (winds… SEE MORE
A nearly normal hurricane season is predicted by NOAA

Hurricane and Tropical Storm Watches, Warnings, Advisories and Outlooks

8/21/2021 - Now that the 2021 hurricane season is here, it's time to make sure that you know the difference between warnings, watches, advisories and outlooks. On average, 12 tropical storms, 6 of which become hurricanes form over the Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, or Gulf of Mexico during the hurricane season. Although… SEE MORE
Path of Tropical Storm Henri from NOAA

Tropical Storm Henri Could Track Close to New England With Wind, Rain and Storm Surge Impacts

8/19/2021 - By weather.com meteorologists Tropical Storm Henri is expected to strengthen into a hurricane over the Atlantic, but its exact path and strength when it draws closer to New England are still uncertain. Residents of the Northeast U.S., especially New England and Long Island, should monitor Henri's progress closely since it might… SEE MORE
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Tropical Storm Fred Forms in Atlantic

8/11/2021 - By Megan Kearney and Alexa Silverman. Tropical Storm Fred developed just south of Puerto Rico late Tuesday night, the National Hurricane Center confirmed. The hurricane center is issuing advisories on Fred, which is expected to impact the Caribbean this week, and potentially Florida beginning Friday. Heavy rains and gusty winds are beginning to spread across Puerto Rico… SEE MORE
Hurricane coming to shore on Key West, CA

Forecasters: Hurricane Season to be Busier than 1st Thought

8/6/2021 - By Seth Borenstein. After a record start, followed by a near-silent July, the Atlantic hurricane season looks like it will be busier than meteorologists predicted a few months ago. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Wednesday updated its outlook for the 2021 Atlantic season, slightly increasing the number of named storms… SEE MORE
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NOAA Announces 2022 Grant Opportunity for Marine Debris Removal

8/5/2021 - The NOAA Marine Debris Program recently announced their FY 2022 Marine Debris Removal notice of funding opportunity. Projects awarded through the removal grant competition will create long-term, quantifiable ecological habitat improvements for NOAA trust resources, with priority consideration for efforts targeting derelict fishing gear, abandoned and derelict vessels, and other… SEE MORE