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Tropical Storm Grace moves towards Lesser Antilles

Tropical Storm Grace continues to quickly move west while trying to remain organized. As of the 11 PM advisory, winds were sustained at 40 MPH as Grace moved WNW at 20 MPH. Over the next few days, Grace is expected to take a very similar track to that of Fred, along the southern periphery of a large ridge of high pressure across the North Atlantic.  This in turn, will steer Grace towards the Greater Antilles where significant uncertainty remains regarding strength and track. A track similar to Fred could spell a similar fate for Grace, ultimately falling apart over the high terrain of Hispanoila...

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The one item that may be missing from your hurricane kit

BONITA SPRINGS, Fla. — Charles Flesher will never forget having to use a rowboat to get to his home in 2017.  “It looked like a big lake,” Flesher recalled, describing his neighborhood. Hurricane Irma had drenched the flood-prone streets near the Imperial River in Bonita Springs.  “It (was) a pain in the tail,” Flesher said of the experience. “I felt sorry for a lot of people down the street here because they’re low. And they had a lot of water in those (homes).” Flesher’s main home, built higher up, was spared. A second home he owned nearby in Bonita Springs...

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Viewer question: How does Elsa compare to Irma?

Click HERE for the latest on Tropical Storm Elsa. An NBC2 viewer wanted to know how Tropical Storm Elsa compares to Hurricane Irma, and other major storms. As Meteorologist Rob Duns explains, it’s all about feet. Hurricane Irma had a very large footprint, about 400 miles wide. Tropical Storm Elsa covers a fraction of that, at about 70 miles across. Hence, the “small feet.” Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida on September 10, 2017, with catastrophic impacts across Southwest Florida. Tropical Storm Elsa will be nothing like that, though you should always be prepared...

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Tropical Depression 4 forms off coast of Georgia and South Carolina

The National Hurricane Center will begin issuing advisories on Tropical Depression 4 at 11 a.m. Monday morning.  The depression is the feature we’ve been watching off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia for the past several days. It will not impact our local weather in Southwest Florida.   Tropical Depression 4 will be moving onshore today with a forward speed of at least 15 mph. This will bring gusty wind and heavy rain to southern South Carolina and eastern Georgia through the afternoon and evening.  Tropical Depression 4 is not the only tropical feature being watched by the National...

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