Saturday should be a wonderful day with highs in the mid 80s and winds from the SE at 10 to 15 mph.
There are surprise sales and event reminders saturating our Amelia Island weekend forecast.
How lucky can one get; a major oil leak but no hurricane to make it a galactical disaster. Who is celebrating Hurricane Thanksgiving?
Even though statistically our chance on Amelia Island to get hit directly is virtually zero, nature does have its quirks. Preparing is always good.
There are a few different types of fog, and fog is really a cloud that forms close to the ground.
Waterspouts are frequent in Northeast Florida and they are basically a small tornado over water, originating from cumulous clouds.
Tornadoes are one of the fiercest storms to be released by nature! For a tornado to form the atmosphere must be unstable.
Rarer than El Nino, La Nina occurs when the waters of the eastern Pacific becomer cooler than normal.
Each hurricane season the phrases El Nino and La Nina, and their relationship to the severity of the season, arise.
A total of 256 people perished in Hurricane Camille; she caused over a billion dollars in damage from Mississippi to Virginia.
Winds will be blowing from the east at 10 to 20 mph with highs in the low 90s. There is a 30 percent chance of a thunderstorm.
Why science still has no answer over nature’s wisdom. Respectable Centennials speak out about why 2010 will be a fierce year presented to the hurricane belts by mother nature.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure is good advice when it comes to hurricanes, floods and now space storms forecasted for 2013
This is part two of a four part series, Preparing for Hurricane Season and includes safe evacuation planning.
Monday morning sunshine will greet your return to the work week, but you should expect pop up storms in the afternoon.