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Mysterious Soviet Buoy Washes Up On Florida Beach

If you think this sounds like the plot of a cold-war era spy flick, well, you’re not wrong… A mysterious 12-foot Soviet buoy washed ashore on Dania Beach in southern Florida following Hurricane Irma, the Sun Sentinel reports, mystifying authorities who have struggled to explain where it came from, or how it ended up in […]


Hurricane Maria Causes “Widespread Devastation” In Dominica As It Races Toward Puerto Rico

In less than two days, Hurricane Maria has strengthened from a tropical storm to a powerful category five hurricane, dubbed in no uncertain terms as “catastrophic” by the NHC. Though it has been downgraded to a category 4 overnight, the storm made landfall on the tiny Caribbean island of Dominica, leaving it utterly “devastated,” according […]


New York City Is Within Hurricane Jose’s 5-Day “Cone Of Uncertainty”

In what were perhaps the two biggest news stories of the past month, Hurricanes Irma and Harvey devastated the American south, disrupting local industry, destroying homes and critical infrastructure and dumping millions of gallons of raw sewage onto city streets – leading to the most destructive beginning to hurricane season in years. Meanwhile, cosmopolitan Yankees […]


Irma Begins To Lash Florida With Hurricane-Force Winds, Tornadoes Reported

With just hours left until landfall, sometime on Sunday morning, Hurricane Irma is edging ever closer to Florida and has started to batter the state with Hurricane force winds as millions brace for the impact of the most powerful Atlantic storm in a decade. According to ABC and AP, the National Weather Service measured a […]


Hurricane Irma Makes Landfall As Florida Braces For Destruction: Live Feed

LIve Feed: Update 2 (10:47am): Hurricane Irma’s eye is beginning to move away from the Florida Keys as it continues north with 130 mph (215 kph) winds according to the NHC, which reported that the center of core of Irma is about 25 miles (40 km) northeast of Key West. Irma is so wide that […]


“It’s A Killer” – Florida Orders A Third Of The Population To Evacuate As Irma Hurtles Toward Tampa

Florida’s highways and backroads are clogged with motorists after Gov. Rick Scott has ordered an unprecedented 6.2 million residents of central and southern Florida to evacuate. Meanwhile, Miami, along with many towns and cities along the state’s southeastern coast, resembles a ghost town, according to the New York Post. To recap: The category 4 storm […]


AccuWeather: “No Way To Avoid Another Catastrophic Weather Event”

After “carving a path of destruction through the Caribbean,” a path which left 90% of Barbuda “uninhabitable” and nearly a million people without power in Puerto Rico, a devastatingly massive Category-4 Hurricane Irma is rapidly closing in on Florida.  As residents continue to evacuate ahead Irma’s landfall this weekend, the founding meteorologist of AccuWeather says […]


Millions To Be Without Power As “Deadly, Devastating” Irma Closes In On Florida

After “carving a path of destruction through the Caribbean,” a path which left 90% of Barbuda “uninhabitable” and nearly a million people without power in Puerto Rico, a slightly weakened, but still devastatingly massive Category-4 Hurricane Irma is closing in on Florida.  Here is the latest from the National Hurricane Center: Irma is forecast to […]


“Greatest Evacuation In History” – 650,000 Ordered To Leave Florida

In what spokesman Michael Hernandez describes as "the biggest evacuation in history," Miami-Dade has expanded its mandatory evacuations orders to Zone C, forcing over 650,000 to leave Florida in a "traffic nightmare" as Cat-5 Hurricane Irma bears down. An earlier order included just Miami Beach, other low-lying and barrier island areas and all mobile-home residents, […]


Not Just Florida: Georgia And South Carolina Face “Catastrophic Storm Surge”

As Hurricane Irma looks to be hurdling straight for a direct hit on Southern Florida, meteorologists from Weather Underground are warning that the most devastating impacts of the storm could be felt much further north in towns along the coast of Georgia and South Carolina where the storm surge could be a catastrophic 20-28 feet […]


Miami Residents Scramble To Evacuate As Hurricane Irma Approaches

After laying waste to much of the Leeward Islands and leaving most of Puerto Rico without power, Hurricane Irma is continuing its destructive march through the Caribbean which is expected to culminate with landfall in Miami sometime this weekend.   As we noted yesterday, Irma’s catastrophic 185+ mph winds left 90% of the dwellings on […]


Hurricane Irma Barrels Toward Miami As Residents Scramble To Evacuate

After laying waste to much of the Leeward Islands and leaving most of Puerto Rico without power, Hurricane Irma is continuing its destructive march through the Caribbean which is expected to culminate with landfall in Miami sometime this weekend.   As we noted yesterday, Irma’s catastrophic 185+ mph winds left 90% of the dwellings on […]


Here’s How Much Your Credit Score Is About To Crash If You’re In Hurricane Irma’s Path

If you count yourself among the unlucky residents of Southern Florida where Hurricane Irma looks likely to make her continental U.S. landfall, you may want to take notice of a new study just published by Kelly Edmiston of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City which details the devastating toll that hurricanes can take on […]


Virgin Islands Authorizes National Guard To Confiscate Guns, Property, And Supplies

With the devastation of Harvey still fresh in the public’s memory, stores in southern Florida are already running out of necessities like bottled water, and the Mayor of Miami is telling reporters to expect an evacuation order on Wednesday. But outside of the US mainland, the US Virgin Islands, which has activated the national guard […]


Barclays: “Hurricane Irma’s Insured Damage Could Be The Largest Ever”

Hurricane Harvey was supposed to be a “1 in a 1000” year storm, in terms of damage. Well, just a few days later we have another “monster” storm to account for, and according to Barclays’ analyst Jay Gelb, Hurricane Irma’s insured damage in Florida could equal that inflicted by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Actually scratch […]