In Jackson, Mississippi the National Guard is helping hand out clean water amid a growing emergency. At the treatment plant crippled by recent floods, water pressure has improved but people are still being told that it’s not safe to drink. The city’s mayor is staying hopeful, saying water could be restored in the “very near future.”
Tropical Storm Ian is expected to be a major hurricane and could impact Florida by next week.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
Rapid intensification is expected by Tuesday, and Ian will spend days in the Gulf of Mexico. Here’s the latest forecast.
- Biloxi Sun Herald
The storm will spend several days intensifying in the Gulf but could weaken a bit before landfall. Here’s why the Mississippi Coast, Alabama, Georgia, and Florida should be on high alert.
- Tallahassee Democrat
These two factors are to blame for the unusual split in track models just three to for days before a likely Hurricane Ian landfall.
- Business Insider
Experts suspect that the super pod of pilot whales chased its squid prey into the shallow waters at Macquarie Heads in Tasmania and became trapped.
- The News-Press
If there is bad weather in the forecast, or a major hurricane prediction, everyone wants to know where Jim Cantore of the Weather Channel is headed.
Tropical Storm Ian has officially formed and could impact Florida by next week.
What are the chances Sarasota-Manatee will be hit by the potential Hurricane Ian?
Fox 13 Meteorologist Tony Sadiku is watching Tropical Storm Ian closely. As of Sunday morning, Tropical Storm Ian had top winds of 50 miles per hour and was moving west-northwest at 12 miles per hour. Ian is expected to intensify rapidly and Sadiku says it could become a category 1 hurricane by late Sunday night or early Monday morning. According to Sadiku, the entire west coast of Florida is fair game for a hurricane landfall next week. He advises residents to get prepared now, so those plans can be implemented when there is a better idea of where the storm will hit.
- Palm Beach Daily News
Florida is in the potential path of Tropical Storm Ian. Use these maps to track the storm's path and spaghetti models.
See where Tropical Storm Ian is, where it's headed and how it may affect Sarasota.
- Fox Weather
Hurricane Fiona may have been "downgraded" to a post-tropical cyclone before it battered the Canadian Maritimes but the winds and waves were just as fierce. Waves on top of record storm surge and Category 2 hurricane-force winds tore down homes, displaced hundreds of people and knocked out power to much of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
- Miami Herald
President Joe Biden won’t be coming down to South Florida on Tuesday, citing the incoming Tropical Storm Ian as the reason — which is still forecast to hit the state as a hurricane, the White House announced.
- Tallahassee Democrat
Tropical Storm Ian: Four ways, odds on how major hurricane threat could impact Florida | WeatherTiger
Sketching out the Hurricane Ian scenarios and laying some baseline odds for how likely each of them are moving forward.
(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabia says it has the potential to unlock enough copper to ease a looming shortage as the world makes an epic shift to clean energy, but the kingdom faces challenges that established mining countries already have solved.Key among those challenges as the world’s largest oil producer seeks to unlock an estimated $1.3 trillion in mineral wealth are logistics and water supplies, according to Bandar bin Ibrahim Al-Khorayef, Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources. “One of the
FOX 13 Chief Meteorologist Paul Dellegatto says the models are starting to come to agreement, with FOX Weather's model showing Tropical Storm Ian becoming a major hurricane before making landfall near Tampa Bay.
The RAC suggests the soaring cost of charging an electric car could soon put people off buying them.
- Bradenton Herald
Gov. DeSantis and state officials say everyone on the Florida Gulf Coast needs to know their evacuation zone ahead of Ian.
Tropical Storm Ian is forecast to rapidly strengthen and become a hurricane on Monday, and a major hurricane as it enters the Gulf of Mexico, according to the National Hurricane Center.
- LA Times
Stanford researchers found that California will need a drastic increase in infrastructure to support daytime charging, which will make better use of solar energy.