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Strong spring storm system to elevate risk for strong storms across Florida Wednesday

Damaging winds over 60 mph are possible, but an isolated tornado can't be ruled out. Some hail is also possible.
Hurricane prep

The 2024 hurricane season begins in a couple of months. Here’s what emergency managers want you to know.

Florida emergency management offices are sharing their safety tips to empower residents to act ahead of potential storms.

The Scoop: Fri., March 22, 2024 Tampa Bay and Florida headlines by WMNF

Students were served a lunch completely sourced from Florida growers, producers, and manufacturers.
Rainfall via FPREN and WMNF

Rain will be widespread in Florida Friday and Saturday; local flooding and severe storm cells are possible

Several rounds of heavy rain and thunderstorms are expected to impact Florida on Friday and Saturday.
Cool weather FPREN

A cool and damp weekend is in store for the Tampa Bay area

A cold front is set to impact the state over the weekend with a notable drop in temperatures, and soaking rains.
storm warnings and watches FPREN

Florida observes Severe Weather Awareness Week

Severe Weather Awareness Week draws attention to weather hazards with information on how to prepare and respond to natural disasters.

Winter alerts are in effect as the coldest air of the season arrives in Florida

Near and below-freezing temperatures are expected across Florida's Panhandle and the northern half of the peninsula.
storm risk Florida

Dangerous thunderstorms to impact Florida Monday night and Tuesday

The primary hazard from these squall-line thunderstorms will be straight-line wind gusts between 60 and 80 mph
climate change storm rain

Hurricane Ian, one year later: A story of resiliency and hope

Hurricane Ian was the 3rd-costliest natural disaster to hit the U.S.: $115.2 billion in damages and 156 fatalities in Florida and elsewhere.
Florida rainfall outlook 2023

NOAA says a strong El Niño means Florida should expect above-average temperatures and rainfall this fall

The Climate Prediction Center’s updated weather outlook indicates a slightly increased confidence of a strong El Niño event by this winter.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing ways to communicate after a weather emergency

National Weather Service promotes Deaf Awareness Week

The National Weather Service recognizes Deaf Awareness Week by releasing weather safety information for the deaf and hard of hearing.

A guide to understanding your FEMA determination letter after a Florida disaster

After a natural disaster, a variety of resources become available to aid in the cleanup process, including FEMA financial assistance.

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