From KATC :
Tropical Depression #2 has formed over the extreme western part of the Caribbean Sea along the coast of Belize. As of 10am the depression was located at 16.2N 87.6W or about 60 miles east of the coast of Belize. Winds are 35mph and it is moving WNW at 13 mph...
In our state of Louisiana we usually think of hurricanes as our biggest worry in the natural disaster department. What's good about a hurricane is usually we have some advanced warning and can take the proper precautions. The wildfires in our neighboring state of Texas are very different.
Photo by NASA via Getty Images We spent the weekend watching Hurricane Irene move up the East Coast of the United States. The good news, Irene wasn't as bad as it could have been. So here on this 6 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's landfall in Louisiana what is mother nature cooking up in the tropics for us now? Introducing Tropical Depression 12, the latest tropical entity in the Atlant
It's that time of year again, we've had our Memorial Day fun and now we look down the barrel of Mother Natures biggest cannon, the hurricane. The official beginning of the tropical season is June 1, however Mother Nature very seldom checks the calendar to see if it's okay to start. The forecast group out of Colorado State University is one of the most respected in the country, here is what they sa