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Although hurricane season technically started June 1, we have not seen a June hurricane in the past several decades.
Accuweather is watching the southern Gulf of Mexico for possible tropical storm development by June 1. Illustration: YEL / Getty Images
Yucatan has thousands of shelters ready for the worst. Photo: File Merida, Yucatan — More than 3,000 hurricane...
The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, which officially concludes on Friday, was more active than forecasters predicted.
The odds continue to increase that a spinning weather system off the coast of Honduras will become a tropical cyclone within the next five days, weather forecasters say.
Invest 95L, a tropical weather system, has been hanging around the Yucatán Peninsula near Cancun, but is more of a worry for other regions.
It's too early to know exactly where Tropical Storm Isaac is heading, although as of Tuesday morning it was still tracking west, toward the Caribbean, and then on to either the Yucatán Peninsula or Central America.
The peak of the hurricane season arrives in about four weeks, and foreign residents shouldn't be complacent.
Heavy rains, which threaten to develop into a subtropical or tropical storm this weekend, on Thursday triggered an Army response in Quintana Roo.
Weather experts from Colorado State University are predicting an average hurricane season due to cooler waters in the Atlantic Ocean.
Early 2018 hurricane predictions are troubling, but take them with a grain of salt.
The International Hurricane Seminar returns to the Manuel Crescencio Rejón International Airport in March, well ahead of 2018's hurricane season.
Today is an anniversary some of our older neighbors would probably rather forget. On Sept. 17, 1967, Hurricane Beulah reached the Peninsula, killing 11 people and destroying countless buildings.
Just west of the Yucatán Peninsula, Katia is a Category 1 hurricane, with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph.
The eleventh tropical storm of the season, Katia, formed early today and is gaining strength to the west of the Yucatán Peninsula.
Hurricane Harvey is battering Texas much worse than it did Mexico, but that doesn't mean the nation to the south won't be bruised.
After briefly reaching hurricane status, Franklin this morning weakened to a tropical storm as it moved farther inland over eastern Mexico.
The power utility has deployed 1,223 workers, 172 cranes, 465 vehicles, four helicopters and seven off-road vehicles as Tropical Storm Franklin approaches.
Tropical Storm Franklin made landfall at tiny Pulticub, Quintana Roo, just before 11 p.m. Monday, where it immediately weakened as it began its journey across the Yucatán Peninsula.
Right on cue for August's ramp up of the hurricane season, a tropical storm could be heading the the Yucatán Peninsula next week.
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