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Nicole Weakens to a Tropical Storm After Striking Florida’s East Coast as the First U.S. Hurricane in November in Nearly 40 Years
Nicole has weakened to a tropical storm after striking Florida’s east coast as the first hurricane to hit the U.S. in November in nearly 40 years.
10 Nov 2022
Hurricane Warning Issued In Florida as Nicole becomes Tropical Storm
Tropical Storm Nicole is forecast to make landfall in Florida as a hurricane or a strong tropical storm, but its impacts including prolonged coastal flooding, beach erosion, strong winds, high surf, rip currents and heavy rain will encompass a much larger area of the Southeast.
8 Nov 2022
FEMA Major Disaster Declaration – Florida Hurricane Ian
FEMA has issued a Major Disaster Declaration for the state of Florida affected by Hurricane Ian beginning September 23, 2022 and continuing.
29 Sep 2022
Hurricane Ian Eyewall Moving Ashore; Catastrophic Florida Strike Begins
Hurricane Ian is nearing landfall as one of Florida’s most intense hurricanes on record, expected to produce catastrophic storm surge, destructive winds and flooding rainfall.
28 Sep 2022
Hurricane Ian Heads into Gulf, Targets Florida as Major Hurricane
Hurricane Ian grew to a category 3 hurricane Tuesday morning with a projected path that sees the storm making landfall near Tampa Bay, FL late Wednesday or early Thursday.
27 Sep 2022
Florida Braces for Hurricane Ian
Hurricane Ian rapidly intensified Monday as it barreled toward Florida, threatening danger storm surges in places not used to getting hit directly by a hurricane.
26 Sep 2022
Disaster Reporting in the United States
The Urban Institute published a report including a summary of the losses from major disasters, both in data from FEMA and in data on billion-dollar disasters published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
2 Aug 2019