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WCSO: Tropical Storm Debby Update

Posted: 06/25/2012 - The Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office and WCSO Division of Emergency Management continue to monitor the impacts of Tropical Storm Debby on Monday, June 25.

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LIVE BLOG: Tropical Storm Debby

Updated: 06/28/2012 - Check out the WCTV Pinpoint Weather Team Live Blog for the latest information about Tropical Storm Debby.

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WCTV Pinpoint Weather Team Hosts Local Hurricane Seminars

Updated: 06/05/2012 - WCTV will be hosting four hurricane seminars for our local viewers. WCTV’s Pinpoint Weather Team –Mike, Rob, Nate, emergency management, Red Cross, Sheriff’s officials and other experts will be on hand.

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TallahasseeVoices: Hurricane Preparedness

Updated: 06/01/2012 - About one in five residents would not evacuate even in the face of a Category 5 hurricane (winds over 155 miles per hour), according to the latest TallahasseeVoices survey.

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Hurricane Season is Over

Posted: 12/01/2011 - November 30th marked the official end of the 2011 hurricane season, which was quiet for Florida, but included two notable storms.

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Hurricane seasons ends, but Irene's effects remain

Posted: 12/01/2011 - Say goodbye to the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season, which was a study in contradictions: It spared the usual Southern targets while Irene paralyzed the Eastern seaboard and devastated parts of the Northeast with deadly flooding.

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Monday Evening Tropical Weather Outlook

Posted: 11/07/2011 - The Monday evening tropical weather outlook from the National Hurricane Center. A "subtropical" system may be developing in the Atlantic southwest of Bermuda.

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Rina Weakens to Tropical Storm

Updated: 10/27/2011 - Rina has weakened to a tropical storm and lost its hurricane status in the Caribbean off the Yucatan coast.

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Atlantic Tropical Weather Discussion

Posted: 10/22/2011 - There are currently no named systems in the Atlantic. There are two low pressure systems that have the potential to develop, although it's not looking too likely. The first system is a broad low pressure that only has a 10% chance of development. It is located a couple hundred miles East of the Windward Islands. The second system is a cluster of disorganized thunderstorms located in the Southwest Caribbean near San Andres Island. It only has a 50% chance of development. If it does develop it will need to happen over the next couple of days before it interacts with the land in Central America.

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Tropical Weather Discussion

Updated: 10/22/2011 - Below is the Tropical Weather Discussion from the National Hurricane Center.

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