By: VTG, 5:55 PM GMT on July 10, 2008
Dennis just before landfall
Dennis was the second major hurricane to impact the area in less than a year, with Ivan making landfall in 2004. Dennis was also the second hurricane of the 2005 season. Hurricane force winds went about 40 miles outward from the center, with tropical storm force winds covering a much larger area from SW Albama eastward to Tallahassee. Most of the damage with Dennis occured in the Florida Panhandle and so...
Updated: 5:19 AM GMT on April 20, 2013
By: VTG, 11:31 PM GMT on December 16, 2007
Strong storms hit the area yesterday, with wind damage reported in Santa Rosa county. Here's some information provided by the NWS in Mobile-... Preliminary NWS damage survey results of the Santa Rosa County wind damage on Saturday afternoon... December 15 2007... The National Weather Service in Mobile conducted a damage assessment of the severe weather that moved across Santa Rosa County Saturday afternoon... December 15. Meteorologists from NWS Mobile determined th...
By: VTG, 7:42 PM GMT on October 18, 2007
This one was close! It missed my house by less than a mile, and there are damage reports stretching from the beach to the mall. We also got over 5 inches of rain, but I haven't heard anything about flooding. Here are some pictures of the damage near the mall-Cars were overturned at Target- this one is being towed awayDamage near the mallDamage near the mallTaco Bell signPalm trees knocked over Here's a video of the tornado on youtube.
Updated: 4:21 AM GMT on October 19, 2007
By: VTG, 8:46 PM GMT on August 15, 2007
Extreme drought conditions continue in most of Northwest Florida, with many places seeing less than half of the Average rainfall for August. Currently the soil moisture content is about 7% of normal in Pensacola. Some areas are even lower! Here are parts of the hydrologic outlook-HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOKNATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOBILE AL300 PM CDT THU AUG 23 2007...DROUGHT INFORMATION STATEMENT FOR SOUTHEASTMISSISSIPPI...SOUTHWEST ALABAMA AND NORTHWEST FLORIDA...SYNOPSIS....
Updated: 10:05 PM GMT on August 23, 2007
By: VTG, 4:29 PM GMT on August 07, 2007
High pressure has built over the area, and has brought in some very hot temperatures! Highs are in the mid 90's through lower 100's over most of the Southeast, with heat indices above 105 in many places. This heat is expected to last until Thursday, with a little relief arriving on Friday. Rain chances are low in most places, so it doesn't look like there will be anything to help suppress the heat :(
Updated: 3:18 AM GMT on August 10, 2007
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Sawgrass at Tiger Point
Gulf Breeze, FL
|Dew Point:||69.3 °F|
|Wind:||1.7 mph from the WSW|
|Wind Gust:||6.0 mph|
Updated: 8:06 PM CDT on March 26, 2017