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Hurricane Season 2022

Tropical Storm Ian– Update 3 – 9/25/2022

University of Florida officials are actively monitoring Tropical Storm Ian. While much remains unknown about the storm’s path, here is what we know today: Central and North Florida remain in the forecast cone, and the Florida Panhandle was added on Sunday as well. However, most of the southern end of the Florida peninsula is no longer in the storm’s probable path. This means that while the storm’s exact trajectory remains uncertain, the National Hurricane Center predicts some portions of the Florida peninsula could be affected within three to five days. Additionally, forecasters expect Tropical Storm Ian will become a hurricane…

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Tropical Storm Ian – Update 2 – 9/24/2022

University of Florida officials are actively monitoring Tropical Storm Ian. While much remains unknown about the storm’s path, here is what we know today: Central Florida remains in the forecast cone as of Saturday, as does most of South Florida. Parts of North Florida were added to the forecast cone as well. This means that while the storm’s exact trajectory remains uncertain, the National Hurricane Center predicts some portions of the Florida peninsula could be affected within four to five days. Additionally, forecasters expect Tropical Storm Ian will become a hurricane by late Sunday and reach “at or near major…

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Tropical Depression Nine – UPDATE #1 – 9/23/2022

University of Florida officials are actively monitoring Tropical Depression Nine. While much remains unknown about the projected storm’s path, here’s what we know today: South and Central Florida were added to the forecast cone as of Friday. This means that while the projected storm’s exact trajectory remains uncertain, the National Hurricane Center predicts some portions of the Florida peninsula could be affected within four to five days. While the depression is currently producing heavy rainfall, it is expected to slowly intensify into a tropical storm as it approaches Jamaica and the Cayman Islands within the next 24 to 48 hours.…

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Tropical Storm Alex – Update #4 – 6/5/2022

University of Florida officials are actively monitoring Tropical Storm Alex. Here’s what we know today: The National Hurricane Center has discontinued all warnings and watches for the Florida peninsula, after the disturbance previously known as Potential Tropical Cyclone One made its way across the state on Saturday. Though the disturbance has strengthened into Tropical Storm Alex, it no longer poses a threat to Florida. For additional information, please visit the National Hurricane Center.

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