Tag Archives: Hurricanes

Hurricane Safety Tips for Boaters

And a photo by Fatty of wrecks from Hurricane Hugo in Culebra, Puerto Rico in 1989.

The good news is that we have a ton of historical weather data on hurricanes.  The bad news, much of this data is now worthless. Global warming is rewriting the book. And climate scientists are divided—not on global warming—but on …

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Fort Pierce City Marina Gearing Up for BIG Renovation

Ed Seissiger City Fort Pierce

With help from FEMA, the city readies for boaters, fishermen The Sunrise City of Fort Pierce boasts world-class inshore and offshore fishing, beachfront parks, free public boat ramps plus marinas and boatyards, which can accommodate skiffs to luxury yachts. Since …

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St. John’s Hurricane Hole

In the season of hurricanes and unpredictable tropical storms, history shows there’s more likely to be a miss than a hit. But if you’ve lived on an island for a while, you know that when the weather guy starts calling a storm by …

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