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2017 Hurricane Names and Season Dates
Coconut palm trees in hurricane force winds.
When does hurricane season start in Florida?
The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season in FL begins on Thursday June 1st, and runs through until November 30th. The months of August and September are considered the “peak months” of the season each summer. Have your hurricane plan ready!

 

What are the 2017 hurricane names?
Below you can find the list of hurricane names that will be used during the 2017 Atlantic basing season. Names are recycled every 6 years unless they are retired.

Arlene Bret Cindy Don Emily Franklin Gert

Harvey  Irma Jose Katia Lee Maria Nate

Ophelia Philippe Rina Sean Tammy Vince Whitney

Monday
Jul022012

Florida 4th of July 2012 Fireworks Weather Forecast

After a very wet month of June, with two tropical storms and a rainy season that ramped up quickly, July is starting off dry and hot just in time for the 4th of July. Most locations across Florida will have great weather for fireworks festivities this wednesday unlike previous years. There is only a slight chance of very isolated showers or storms in the afternoon, with area's most at risk are the inland counties away from the coasts.

4th On Flagler in downtown West Palm Beach. Fireworks Time: 9:00pm EDT.

Limited moisture and stout high pressure in place will give way to a very hot and dry weather forecast this 2012 Independence Day. Below is a list of Florida cities with expected weather conditions on Wednesday, so get out that grill, hit the beaches, or head on down to Fourth On Flagler for the fireworks, because the weather is looking great for some outdoor celebrating Florida style!

Temperature and Rain Chances For Fourth of July 2012 Across Florida

  • Tampa, FL: 93F | 20% Rain
  • West Palm Beach, FL:  89F | 20% Rain
  • Miami, FL: 88F | 30% Rain
  • Orlando FL: 93F | 30% Rain
  • Jacksonville, FL: 96F | 2% Rain
  • Pensacola, FL: 91F | 30% Rain
  • Sarasota, FL: 91F | 30% Rain
  • Ft. Myers, FL: 94F | 40% Rain
  • Ft. Lauderdale, FL: 88F | 30% Rain
  • Boca Raton, FL: 90F | 30% Rain
  • Ft. Pierce, FL: 88F | 30% Rain
  • Daytona Beach, FL 91F | 20% Rain
  • Tallahassee, FL: 94F | 40% Rain
  • Key West, FL: 88F | 20% Rain
  • Okeechobee, FL: 94F | 30% Rain
  • Kissimmee, FL: 94F | 30% (Disney Forecast)
  • Panama City Beach, FL: 91F | 30% Rain

Have a great 4th of July holiday this week, and please be safe out on the roads, beaches, waterways and at the theme parks! Enjoy!

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