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Magnitude-7.2 quake strikes southern Mexico

It met the definition of a major one, but the magnitude-7.2 earthquake that struck Friday in southern Mexico's Guerrero state didn't land the kind of punch that it might have.

"There was no way not to…


BLOG: Talking hurricanes at 2014 National Hurricane Conference

The 2014 National Hurricane Conference provides training opportunities for emergency managers and first responders on all aspects of dealing with a land falling hurricane or tropical storm.


Could offshore wind farms tame hurricanes?

Hurricanes Katrina, Isaac and Sandy were all devastating, deadly storms that cost billions of dollars. But could have fewer lives been lost and damage not have been as costly? A new study says yes…


Special bond remembered one year after Hurricane Sandy

After Hurricane Sandy, crews from CenterPoint Energy in Houston were called on to help. But something else also happened after the storm -- friendship.


Blog: 8 years since Hurricane Wilma

Today marks another milestone as it has been eight years since Category 3 Hurricane Wilma made landfall on the southwest coast of Florida.


Tropical disturbance in the Caribbean

Over the weekend, a tropical disturbance developed in the central Caribbean. The Hurricane Center has designated it as 97L.


Proposal introduced to build large floodgate for Houston Ship Channel

The so-called Centennial Gate would go up near the Fred Hartman Bridge and would swing shut and close off the enormous wall of water from a surge as high as 25 feet.


Is our hurricane season over?

The southeast Texas coast has been hurricane-free so far in 2013. However, you shouldn't let your guard down.

Hurricane Rita Anniversary

Hurricane Rita: Eight years later

Eight years ago, Hurricane Rita threatened the Texas Gulf Coast, leading to the largest evacuation in U.S. history.

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Storm Stats

  • Name:Twentyfour
  • Lat/Long:-12.5N, 268.4E
  • Max Winds:40KT
  • Speed:5KT
  • Pressure:MB

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