While shoveling his daughter’s driveway one winter day, Dr. Bluestein, a scientist, realized something: The wind chill index was wrong.
By AUDRA D. S. BURCH and JESS BIDGOOD September 10, 2017 ORLANDO, Fla. — Bracing for hurricanes is almost a summer tradition here: the steady, clanking sound of wood banged to windows, the endless lines for bottled water and fuel,...
Those in the path of Hurricane Irma describe the looming storm in terrifying words.
A growing model consensus that Irma is likeliest to make landfall on the western side of the the peninsula, but all of South Florida is in peril.
A wealth of data is available at your fingertips on the internet, but individual data points can be misleading.