5-Day Outlook

Seaplane Basin seen during Tropical Storm Nicole in Tampa on Thursday.
The National Weather Service is warning of some possible minor flooding of the Little Manatee River on Saturday.
Nov. 11• Hurricane
Tampa’s congresswoman has long called for the “deteriorating” 50-year-old air traffic control facility to be replaced.
Nov. 10• Hurricane
The storm was expected to move into Georgia by early Friday morning.
Nov. 10• Hurricane
Uh, Hurricane Nicole? This party is over. Get out.
Nov. 10• Opinion



  1. Renter Trevis Martin poses for a portrait in front of a camper parked in front of his home  on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022 in Ft. Myers. Martin and his family of 4 have been living the camper while they wait for their landlord to make repairs after their home was flooded during Hurricane Ian.
  2. Quenton Tuckett, a UF research assistant scientist, displays a handful of Syringodium, or “manatee grass” that he plucked from the water Monday, Dec. 5, 2022.
  3. Members of a team of archaeologists study a wooden structure in the sand, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, in Daytona Beach. Severe beach erosion caused by two late-season hurricanes helped partially uncover what appears to be part of an 80-foot-long ship in the sand on Daytona Beach Shores, officials said.
  4. The National Hurricane Center is watching a large area of low pressure in the central subtropical Atlantic on Monday. The rare December disturbance will likely dissipate by Friday after it meets cooler waters, the Hurricane Center said.
  5. Dead fish washed up on the shores of Fort De Soto Park in 2021 during a Red Tide outbreak. Low amounts of Red Tide have been found off Fort De Soto again this week.
  6. This is an aerial drone photo of erosion and damage in Daytona Beach taken 48 hours after Hurricane Nicole made landfall near Vero Beach as a Category 1 storm.
  7. A damaged home caused by Hurricane Ian was seen along Fort Myers Beach on Monday, October 3, 2022.
  8. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis meets Oct. 3, 2022, with Charlotte County first responders, including 911 operators, and cooked them breakfast at Waffle House. More than 210 of these telecommunicators, from Florida’s Telecommunicator Emergency Response Task Force, arrived in southwest Florida to aid with 911 calls after Hurricane Ian.
  9. A rattlesnake sits on a platform under the Tierra Verde Bridge on Thursday, Oct. 27. This screenshot of a video taken by Capt. Brett Norris shows the roughly 4-foot snake stretched out over the busy boat channel.

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