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Miami BureauThe satellite picture told the whole story: From the Florida Keys to Jacksonville, the behemoth called Frances smothered just about every one of Florida's 65,758 square miles. "To have a hurricane this large and this strong covering an entire state . . ....
Sun-SentinelHurricane Frances, a sluggish and super-sized storm, may leave as its legacy a singular image: The entire state of Florida, 435 miles from Tallahassee to Key West, enveloped in rain and wind. "The whole state will be impacted by this before it's over,"...
Sentinel Staff Writers-------------------- UPDATE FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: Hurricane Jeanne trekked westward today on a path that could lead to Florida's east coast by Sunday, setting off another round of storm preparations in a state still reeling from three earlier...
Staff writerNew evacuation zones implemented for this year's hurricane season require evacuation of more Palm Beach County residents during minor and major hurricanes. Some of the biggest changes are in Boca Raton. "We're evacuating more people presently than we...
Sentinel Staff WritersHurricane Frances battered Florida's east coast on Saturday with 90-mph winds and torrential rains as the slow-moving storm took aim at the heart of the peninsula. Streets were empty, and curfews were in effect along the coast and inland. The National...
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Sun-SentinelFor the second year in a row, the U.S. mainland was fortunate to avoid being slammed during the hurricane season. But that good luck may not bode well for next year. The United States has never gone three consecutive years without a direct hit, which...
Sun-Sentinel staff and wire servicesTen years after the massive storm hit South Florida, survivors still recall in vivid detail how they lived through the destruction. Some were trapped out in Biscayne National Park, surrounded by raging waves. Others saw their homes on mainland Florida...
Sentinel Staff WriterLa comunidad hispana de la Florida Central debe prepararse inmediatamente para el huracán Frances, probablemente la peor tormenta en acercarse al estado en una década. Si Frances sigue su rumbo hacia Florida, pronósticos advierten que tocará tierra firme...
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Staff WriterAfter 10 years, Hurricane Andrew gained 20 mph in strength and one rung in status, as it was promoted to a Category 5 storm on Wednesday. In announcing the upgrade, the result of months of analysis, officials at the National Hurricane Center concede...
Staff WritersPicture Hurricane Andrew churning with devastating power, only this time it is aiming right down Broward Boulevard. With ferocious gusts up to 180 mph, it pounds Port Everglades, the Swap Shop and Sawgrass Mills Mall. It chews up the Elbo Room,...
Sun-SentinelUsually, the average hurricane season is anything but. Consider that the deadliest U.S. hurricane on record killed about 10,000 people when it struck Galveston in 1900, a year in which there was an average number of systems. The most intense hurricane,...
Staff And Wire ReportsWith weather forecasters all but certain Hurricane Isabel will strike the central Atlantic coast late this week, state and local governments up and down the Eastern Seaboard are bracing for what is expected to be an extremely dangerous storm. Computer...
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