Today, September 10th, marks the peak of hurricane season. In terms of historical number of hurricanes and tropical storms, we are at the halfway point of the season… and so far this season, so good! On this day, at the peak of the hurricane mountain, we only have one weak tropical storm in the Atlantic. Tropical Storm Henri is east of Bermuda, moving north, and will not impact the United States. The rest of the tropics are fairly quiet as well. A tropical wave currently emerging off Africa may develop into a storm, but chances are that it will curve…
The June/July/August period was one of the hottest on record in Florence
We are in a drought, generally speaking, here in South Carolina. Much of the state is what’s considered a “severe” drought, which is the 3rd…
As a follow-up to yesterday’s blog, I harvested basil today.
You may have seen posts on social media yesterday proclaiming “it’s meteorological fall!” and thought to yourself, “what? Fall happens later…
In the winter, my “herb garden” becomes my “lettuce garden”.
As we enter fall I start to get excited for one of my newer hobbies… wine making!
Tropical Storm Erika remains a disorganized storm in the Caribbean right now, and the immediate future for the storm is bleak.
After a very successful first year of beekeeping, I have had a tough second year.
Tropical Storm Danny formed today in the eastern Atlantic, and conditions are favorable for strengthening.
The tropics are finally waking up
The beginning of August is a busy time in my garden.
Welcome to the all new Stormtracker 13 Blog!
MYRTLE BEACH , SC (WBTW) – If a hurricane threatens the Grand Strand area, it is important to have a list of Horry County storm shelters…