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Talking the Tropics With Mike: Chris soon to be hurricane 500 miles NE of Jacksonville

Talking the Tropics With Mike: Chris soon to be hurricane 500 miles NE of Jacksonville

By: Michael Buresh Updated: Jul 10, 2018 – 11:17 AM “); } if ($(imageDivId).length == 0) { $(“#wrapper”).after(contentText); } })(jQuery); July 10, 2018 – The “Buresh Bottom Line”: Always be prepared!First Alert Hurricane Survival Guide City of Jacksonville Preparedness Guide Georgia Hurricane Guide.   Watch “Surviving the Storm” LOCAL – JACKSONVILLE/NE FL./SE GA. – ...

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Tropical Storm Chris on track to become a hurricane

Tropical Storm Chris on track to become a hurricane

By Mike Moss, WRAL meteorologist A tropical depression off our coastline was upgraded to a tropical storm on Sunday, but WRAL meteorologist Mike Moss said its effects on our beaches will be minimal. At noon, Tropical Storm Chris was 160 miles south of Cape Hatteras with maximum sustained winds of ...

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Caribbean islands offer hurricane guarantees

Caribbean islands offer hurricane guarantees

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Puerto Rico small businesses get a helping hand after Hurricane Maria

Before Hurricane Maria whipped through Puerto Rico last September, the Humacao Nature Reserve was a popular tourist attraction. Located on the island’s southeastern coast, the reserve was a picturesque place where visitors could hike, bird-watch, fish or kayak. But the Category 4 storm left the reserve‘s trails severely damaged, and for ...

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TIME TO PREPARE

on TwitterTweet on Facebook Permalink Email to a friend More than a week into the 2018 hurricane season, Caribbean governments and the regional lifeline travel sector are scrambling to both recover from last year’s devastating storms and to brace for a year that experts are already predicting will be above ...

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