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2014 Hurricane Season

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Hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30.

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Tropical storm & hurricane names for 2014 storms:

Arthur
Bertha
Cristobal
Dolly
Edouard
Fay
Gonzalo
Hanna
Isaias
Josephine
Kyle
Laura
Marco
Nana
Omar
Paulette
Rene
Sally
Teddy
Vicky
Wilfred

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Weather
6 days ago

Checking On Tropical Depression #2

Weather Forecast for Tuesday Evening 7/22/14

Weather Webcast for Tuesday Evening 7/22/14

Weather
6 days ago

Rain Chances Return

Some spotty storms this afternoon with highs around 90-91.
-Tuesday weather forecast with Hank Allen

Tropical Depression 2

(WGNO) - Tropical depression 2 has not strengthened Tuesday and remains a very small storm.

According to WGNO meteorologist Hank Allen the storm is surrounded by a large area of dry air across most of the Atlantic. The National Hurricane Center forecasts the tropical depression to dissipate by Thursday before reaching the Antilles.

Read more from the National Hurricane Center HERE.

Weather
7 days ago

Small Rain Chance and the Latest on TD 2

Rain chance at 30% today as upper low moves west. Highs around 90
-Tuesday weather forecast with Hank Allen

(WGNO) – The National Hurricane Center has issued an advisory for Tropical Depression 2.

The area of low pressure is about 1,205 miles from the Lesser Antilles. There are no coastal watches or warnings with this storm. But it will still need to be monitored closely over the next 48 hours, meteorologist Jeff Womack said.

Winds measured at 35 mph Monday afternoon. Right now the area of low pressure is not expected to strengthen. The system was moving west at 16 mph. The National Hurricane Center forecasts the depression to weaken to a remnant low by Thursday evening as it gets closer to the Lesser Antilles.

(WGNO) - A tropical wave has formed in the Atlantic that continues to show better signs of organization Monday morning. This could become the next tropical depression or even tropical storm of the Atlantic season.

Right now it is well away from any area of land and is moving west. It does not pose a threat to the Gulf of Mexico or U.S. mainland at this time.

Click HERE for more information from the National Hurricane Center.

 

Jon Huffman talks to Yvette Pacaccio about what small business owners need to remember when making a disaster preparedness plan in advance of major hurricanes.

For more information on emergency planning and preparedness for your business, visit http://www.capitalone.com/financial-education/emergency-preparedness.

 

Weather Forecast for Friday Evening 7/4/14

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