NOAA director shuts down CNN’s Don Lemon for linking Hurricane Ian to climate change

The acting director of the National Hurricane Center cautioned CNN host Don Lemon against directly linking Hurricane Ian to climate change in an interview Tuesday night. Jamie Roam joins Lemon to discuss his show “Don Lemon Tonight” Ian’s expected effect Before its landfall in Florida, when the generous host questioned how climate change was affecting … Read more

Hurricane Hunter describes Hurricane Ian as roughest flight of his career

Hurricane Hunters’ Eyes Continue to Fly Hurricane Ian National Hurricane Center to collect essential data for meteorologists. Hurricane hunters are part of the National Hurricane Center’s aircraft reconnaissance, a division within NOAA. They fly through storms to collect valuable first-hand data. Fox News reporter Madison Scarpino spent nine hours flying back and forth on a … Read more

‘Apocalyptic’ Hurricane Ian seen approaching Florida

Challenging satellite images show lightning sparks around Hurricane Ian’s giant, swirling eye — as the “apocalyptic” storm already approaches Florida Wednesday knock out power in Cuba. The timelapse by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration came as more than 2.5 million people in the Sunshine State were urged to evacuate before eye-catching there late Wednesday. … Read more

Cuba in the dark after Hurricane Ian knocks out power grid

Havana – Cuba remained in darkness early Wednesday after Hurricane Ian knocked down its power grid and devastated some of the country’s most important tobacco farms when it hit the island’s western tip as a major hurricane. Officials were working overnight to gradually restore service to the country’s 11 million people, according to a statement … Read more

Cuba without electricity after Hurricane Ian hammers power grid

HAVANA – Hurricane Ian knocked out power across Cuba and devastated some of the country’s most important tobacco farms on Tuesday when it slammed one on the island’s western tip. major storm, Cuba’s Electric Union said in a statement that between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, work is being done to gradually restore the service … Read more

Gov. DeSantis warns of ‘life-threatening’ Hurricane Ian floods

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis warned of “catastrophic” and “life-threatening” flooding Tuesday morning as Hurricane Ian strengthened into a giant category 3 hurricane and sometimes churned towards the Sunshine State. “We have a really historic storm surge and flooding potential here,” DeSantis warned residents, adding that Ian’s impact was now “imminent.” Officials said they expect the … Read more

Biden says ‘we really are’ ready to help Puerto Rico in tweak of Reagan

President Biden on Thursday proposed updating Ronald Reagan’s famously cynical view of the government – telling New York leaders that officials are “really” going to help the victims Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico, “We are increasing federal resources for Puerto Rico,” Biden said at a briefing in Lower Manhattan. “And we’ll do everything, everything we … Read more

Hurricane season peaks, Florida eyes Caribbean storms

Prepare, don’t panic. Florida Hurricane Spectators are urging residents To keep an eye on weather reports over the weekend as a tropical wave winds through the Caribbean begins to pick up steam. “Everyone living in the Gulf Coast should heed the forecast for this tropical disturbance,” Fox Weather meteorologist Geoff Bunsen told The Post on … Read more

Hurricane Fiona could reach Category 4, nears Turks and Caicos

At least three people have died in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic after Hurricane Fiona intensified into the Atlantic’s first major hurricane overnight near the Turks and Caicos Islands, according to reports. Hurricane Fiona continues to grow stronger and could reach Category 4 intensity by early Wednesday as it moves toward Bermuda by the … Read more