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NHC Says Beryl Speeding Westward Over the Tropical Atlantic

According to the National Hurricane center, at 5:00 PM AST, Miniature Beryl speeding westward over the Tropical Atlantic.” The following advisories on Hurricane Beryl...

Tiny Beryl Becomes the First Hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane...

The fast-developing weather system called Beryl moved from a tropical storm to a hurricane in less than 24 hours, but its impact on the Caribbean...

Coral Bay Survey Finds Two Thirds of Respondents Feel Unprepared for...

A full two thirds of respondents to an online survey conducted by the Coral Bay Community Council say they don’t feel prepared for the...

VITEMA and FEMA to Hold 2018 Disaster Preparedness Mitigation Expo on...

The U.S. Virgin Islands Territorial Emergency Management Agency (VITEMA) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) invite the public to the 2018 Disaster Preparedness and...

NOAA Predicts an Active Hurricane Season

The hurricane season that begins next week will be an active one, according to a forecast released Thursday by NOAA's Climate Prediction Center. NOAA is...

Recovery Planners Want to Hear From St. John

The St. John Long Term Recovery Team, in conjunction with FEMA’s National Disaster Recovery Support effort on St. John, wants to get input from...

St. John Residents Flock to Hurricane Preparedness Fair

Linda Williams, VITEMA’s Emergency Operations Center supervisor for St. John, had words of advice for those who stopped by her booth at the Hurricane...

Kupfer Says WAPA is Fine Tuning Its Hurricane Preparedness Plans

s the start of the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season looms on the horizon, the V.I. Water and Power Authority said Friday it is fine...

Speakers, Demonstrations Planned for Hurricane Preparedness Fair

Island residents and businesses are being encouraged to think ahead to the 2018 hurricane season. Those visiting Franklin Powell Park this weekend have a...

Irma Turns Westward with 120-MPH Winds

Irma has continued to intensify its hurricane strength packing sustained winds of 120 miles per hour. According to the National Hurricane Center, at 5:00 p.m. Friday,...

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