Friday, May 24, 2024

Tag: NOAA

FEMA funds spread thin amid continuous natural disasters (includes video story)

When Hurricane Idalia was approaching Florida, you could see its size and speed, but the agency leading the federal response saw something else: bills. According...

NOAA revolutionizes forecasts using drones (includes video story)

As hurricane season continues, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration is looking to use drones in hopes of improving forecasts. New uncrewed technology can get...

Highly uncertain forecast for hurricane season, which starts today (includes video...

The National Weather Service forecast for hurricane season this year is highly uncertain, partly due to global warming and El Niño atmospheric conditions.  Starting June...

Florida’s coral reefs are under threat, but solutions are being worked...

Coral destruction is becoming an increasingly crucial concern for environmentalists.  According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, “Florida's Coral Reef has been experiencing an...

Above-average hurricane season expected and it’s not only because of climate...

Over the past two decades, a string of apocalyptic storms have crashed into shore towns across the United States. The seemingly back-to-back-to-back hurricanes may...

National study warns coastal sea level rise could rise by a...

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released a study projecting that sea levels will rise 10 to 12 inches by 2050 if the...

NOAA predicts a highly active 2021 hurricane season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting another above-normal Atlantic hurricane season.  Even though the Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November...

Newsbreak, May 21, 2021

Hamas and Israel agree to a deal brokered by Egypt, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts an active hurricane season, the AAPI Bill...

2020 Hurricane Season: This year’s damage could last for years, Part...

In 2017 Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. With winds over 155 mph, the storm cut off 95% of power and cell service on the...

2020 Hurricane Season: Storms are increasing, intensifying, Part 1 (includes...

Forecasts for this year’s hurricane season predicted above-average activity with slower, stronger storms. Now that we are nearing the end of what’s been the...