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The Gulf Coast was returning to normal Sunday as tropical storm Karen dissipated. Warnings were lifted because Karen was no longer a tropical cyclone, the National Hurricane Center said on its last advisory about the storm. Karen could have become a
Special to the Herald With the short, two-week American red snapper season opening Oct. 1, we seemed destined to have a windy start. As Tropical Storm Karen moved into the Gulf of Mexico, there was no way anyone could get offshore, right? After my
Tropical Storm Karen weakens off US Gulf Coast People across the area have been heeding evacuation orders A tropical storm which sparked an alert on the US Gulf Coast is losing strength but heavy rain and potential flooding are still expected. As of
Share your photos and videos with CNN iReport if you can do so safely. (CNN) -- A soggy weekend is in store for parts of the U.S. Gulf Coast as Tropical Storm Karen churns in the central Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center issued a
The White House says the Federal Emergency Management Agency is recalling some furloughed workers to help prepare for Tropical Storm Karen. White House spokesman Jay Carney says President Barack Obama is being updated about the storm. He says Obama
Tropical storm Wutip, downgraded from a typhoon, sank three Chinese ships and 74 people are missing.
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Tropical Storm Humberto slogged through the Atlantic Ocean well away from the Azores Wednesday, weather forecasters said. Humberto, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph, was about 1,050 miles west-southwest of the Azores, moving north-northwest at
Communities across Mexico confronted death and destruction on Tuesday as rains began letting up from two tropical storms that spawned landslides, flooded streets and knocked out power across the
A tropical depression formed late Thursday afternoon in the southern Gulf of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center reported. As of 8 a.m., Tropical Depression Ten had winds of 35 mph and was located about 75 miles east-northeast of Veracruz, Mexico.