Tropical Storm Isaias

Tropical Storm Isaias is near the Carolina coastline this afternoon, but struggling to maintain its intensity. As of 2pm Monday, Tropical Storm Isaias was centered about 115 miles south of Charleston, South Carolina, moving toward the north at 13 mph. Maximum sustained winds remain near 70 mph. A Hurricane Warning is in effect from South […]

Tropical Storm Fay

by David Coe, EEAS Ph.D Student New England is bracing for impact from Tropical Storm Fay this weekend that could bring torrential rains, heavy winds, and strong embedded storms to the region. Although uncommon, New England does see its fair share of Tropical Cyclones, but mainly as post-tropical storms. Tropical Storm Fay being the 4th […]

Preparing for Hurricane Season starts now

While Sub Tropical Storm Alberto got the season off to an early start this year, impacting the Gulf Coast this past week, Hurricane Season officially starts tomorrow. The start of the season is usually slow, with more tropical weather occurring from July through October when conditions are more favorable. However, preparations for a landfalling tropical […]

Subtropical Storm Alberto

Our first named storm of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season is projected to make landfall today, bringing heavy rain and the potential for storm surge to the Florida panhandle and areas within 50 miles to the east or west of it. This storm quickly formed over the past few days off of the Yucatan Peninsula […]