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Two systems have heavy rain, strong winds for Florida this week

Strong winds and heavy rain are forecasted to impact most of Florida through the end of the week. Two developing storm systems, one over the…

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Going up! Lee County breaks ground for addition to EOC

Lee County’s Emergency Operations Center will be growing … up. The existing Emergency Operations Center at 2675 Ortiz Ave., Fort Myers, which will be renamed…

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NHC Atlantic Tropical Weather Discussion (corrected)

000 AXNT20 KNHC 240612 TWDAT Tropical Weather Discussion...CORRECTED NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 0605 UTC Tue Oct 24 2023 Tropical Weather Discussion for North…

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Strong storm system brings severe weather, flooding threats to Florida starting Wednesday

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico where conditions are only marginally favorable for tropical…

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Weather watchers keeping eye on slow-developing system in Gulf

NOAA's National Hurricane Center is reporting on a small area of low pressure with disorganized thunderstorm activity that has formed in the extreme southwestern Gulf…

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NOAA updates weather outlook; strong El Niño event expected

The Climate Prediction Center’s updated weather outlook indicates a slightly increased confidence of a strong El Niño event by this winter. This could mean more…

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Double rainbows seen over Caloosahatchee River in recent days; pots of gold a rumor

“All the best things in life are free: love, smiles, friends, family, pets & companions, thoughts, sunsets & sunrises and especially rainbows.” ― Anthony T.…

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Events planned to ‘remember’ Hurricane Ian hitting SWFL

Sanibel ED SATERNUS / Special to WGCU Sanibel Lighthouse Thursday, September 28 7 a.m. City of Sanibel ‘Hurricane Ian Sunrise Remembrance’, Lighthouse Beach Park, Gulfside,153…

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Estimated insured losses from Hurricane Idalia now top $200M

Estimated insured losses from Hurricane Idalia have topped $200 million and continue to increase. The Florida Office of Insurance Regulation posted data Thursday that showed…

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