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La Niña chances on the rise for 2016 hurricane season

La Niña favors greater tropical storm development in the Atlantic. Click for larger image. (Credit: NOAA)

Chances of a La Niña in the equatorial Pacific will be on the rise starting in early summer, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center said in a… 529 more words

Tropical Storms And Hurricanes

Beach weather on borrowed time, blustery week on horizon

THURSDAY UPDATE: A cold front expected to blow through the area tonight will trigger a small craft advisory Friday, with gusty north winds. Cool weekend weather with highs in the upper 60s is in the forecast, followed by additional shots of cool air next week, according to the National Weather Service. 499 more words

Palm Beach Forecasts

Button-up weather arrives, but milder February looms

The seven-day rainfall forecast from NOAA suggests a wet end to the work week in South Florida. (Credit: NOAA/ WPC)

SUNDAY UPDATE: The apparent low was 40 this morning at Palm Beach International Airport. 722 more words

Cold Fronts

El Niño finally on its way out, forecasters say

The tornadoes that socked coastal Martin County Sunday are typical of an El Niño winter, weather experts say. (Credit: NWS-Melbourne)

El Niño — widely held responsible for a range of U.S. 525 more words

Palm Beach Forecasts

Concern builds over late week Gulf storms

SUNDAY UPDATE: The Atlantic disturbance that brought rain to South Florida last week continued to intensify over the weekend. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami upped the chances that the system would become a subtropical or tropical cyclone next week as it moves toward the southeast. 541 more words

Tropical Storms And Hurricanes

Rain expected to move out; warmer weekend in forecast

Computer models show the low pressure system near the Bahamas moving farther to the east, which forecasters said should lessen the chances for heavy rain in South Florida. 380 more words

Palm Beach Forecasts

Temperatures soar with wind change, but rain on the way

Low pressure forming near Cuba may bring heavy rain to South Florida on Wednesday. But the threat is greatest in coastal Miami-Dade County and Broward County, the National Weather Service said. 536 more words

Palm Beach Forecasts