In the last 30 days, the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Ocean have played host to four hurricanes, three of which reached category 3 or higher, with Hurricane Irma claiming the title as the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Atlantic Ocean. Click here for reuse options! Tags: Harvey Irma Alan Reynolds cato institute Newsweek Magazine media climate deniers
As I watched Hurricanes Harvey and Irma surge through the Gulf of Mexico, I got to thinking about the environmental, historical, political, and academic context for these “megastorms.” We can easily add Sandy, Katrina, Rita, Irene, Andrew, Matthew and various other “natural” catastrophes to this list. This year, in particular, we can expand our view… Read More ?
No one anticipated Hurricane Irma would take the path that it did. Prediction models had the storm staying off the west coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico as a low pressure system hovered off the east coast. That has changed and Irma’s wrath made a turn across the Florida peninsula The...
The storm is moving closer to the Gulf of Mexico off the Florida coast.
Bloomberg: Florida's West Coast in Irma's Crosshairs as Track Shifts. Hurricane Irma shifted track and took aim at southwestern Florida, raising the risk of severe damage in Tampa and other cities facing the Gulf of Mexico, in what could end up being the most expensive storm in U.S. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Storm Katia rapidly weakened on Saturday after it made landfall near the working-class beach resort of Tecolutla in the state of Veracruz on the Mexican Gulf coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hurricane Katia made landfall on Friday near the working-class beach resort of Tecolutla in the state of Veracruz on the Mexican Gulf coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
Hurricane Katia, upgraded to category 2 this morning, is on the move again in the Gulf of Mexico and forecast to make landfall on the coast of Veracruz later tonight, FULL STORY The post Katia on the move as category-2 hurricane appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Hurricane Katia has become “highly dangerous” for Mexico due to its lack of movement in the Gulf of Mexico, delivering heavy rainfall in the southeast and center of the country, FULL STORY The post Stationary in the gulf, Katia delivers rainfall appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News The aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and the impending landfall of Hurricane Irma have sent trucking costs soaring and strained capacity in the Gulf of Mexico. EY said Wednesday it plans to launch with Maersk and Microsoft the first blockchain platform for marine insurance. Show More Summary
With Hurricane Irma approaching the East Coast and other hurricanes forming in the Gulf of Mexico and over the Atlantic, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says it's a good time for … Click to Continue »
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hurricane Katia strengthened on Wednesday evening as it churned off the Gulf coast of Mexico before an expected turn towards land that could batter eastern states with high winds and heavy rain, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
(Reuters) - Hurricane Katia churned almost 200 miles (322 km) off the Gulf coast of Mexico on Wednesday evening before an expected turn towards land that could dump heavy rain on eastern states in the coming days, the U.S. National Hurricane Center (NHC) said.
Hurricanes Irma and Jose are in the Atlantic, while Hurricane Katia formed in the Gulf of Mexico
The National Hurricane Center has announced that Tropical Storm Katia has developed into the Atlantic basin’s third active hurricane. Katia is in the Gulf of Mexico and threatening the coastline south of Texas to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Hurricane Katia is a Category 1 storm has maximum...
ABC News reports: Hurricane Katia has formed in the Gulf off the coast of Mexico with sustained winds of 75 mph. The government of Mexico has issued a hurricane watch for the coast of the state of Veracruz from Tuxpan to Laguna Verde. Show More Summary
Tropical storm Katia became a category 1 hurricane today in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico and is forecast to deliver heavy rains and strong winds to central and northern areas FULL STORY The post Category 1 hurricane threatens Veracruz appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
As Hurricane Irma tore through the Caribbean, a tropical storm in the Atlantic and another in the Gulf of Mexico were upgraded to hurricane status on Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center said. Hurricane Jose was 1,040 miles (1,675...Show More Summary
(Reuters) - Katia, a storm off the Mexican coast in the Gulf of Mexico, strengthened into a hurricane on Wednesday, the U.S. National Hurricane Centre (NHC) said.
Category 5 Hurricane Irma is currently barrelling through the Atlantic Ocean and is now considered the strongest recorded storm in the Atlantic basin outside of the Caribbean Sea or Gulf of Mexico, the Weather Channel reports. More »