Tropical Storm Maria formed in the central Atlantic today and has winds of 50 miles per hour. Conditions aren’t ideal for Maria for strengthen much over the next 48 hours, but current data suggests that Maria could become a weak hurricane over the weekend and pass just north of Puerto Rico. Forecasters aren’t confident yet on whether or not there will be impact from this storm in the United States. Meanwhile, an area of disturbed weather has formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico and has a high chance of developing into the 14th named storm of the season by Friday. There is also a great deal of uncertainty on where this potential tropical system would move, especially since the storm is forecast to remain nearly nearly stationary for the next 48 hours.
Tropical Storm Maria forms in the Atlantic
More Stories in Uncategorized
Concealed weapons are prohibited on college campuses by state law. The Florida House Criminal Justice Committee meets Tuesday to consider allowing concealed-carry permit holders to carry concealed guns on campus.
Members of the University of Florida women’s track team helped serve food at St. Francis’ homeless shelter.
A video roundup of local, state and national stories for readers in North Central Florida.
Funding from the City of Gainesville will allow a pavilion at the Grace Marketplace facility to remain open for one more month.
Clouds of orange and blue cornstarch rained down on more than 1,000 University of Florida students and some members of the Gainesville community as they ran through Fraternity Row, leaving Flavet Field behind them. The runners participated in the second annual […]