Kimberly Miller, The Palm Beach Post

Kimberly Miller

The Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Kimberly:

Flood advisory for Boca Raton, Delray and Boynton Beach

Heavy rain expected along Palm Beach County coast today. → Read More

Gulf Coast urged to monitor tropical system expected to become Cristobal today

The third tropical cyclone of the year dawdles before possibly heading north into warm Gulf of Mexico but forecast has low confidence. → Read More

2020 hurricane season: To evacuate or not, coronavirus threat muddies the answer

Palm Beach County shelters will divvy up space to minimize coronavirus infections, but will people be too scared to go? → Read More

NOAA predicts another busy hurricane season

According to the forecast there is a possibility the season could be “extremely active.” → Read More

Another sobering hurricane forecast, NOAA sees busy season

NOAA predicts above average year for hurricanes in the Atlantic basin. → Read More

Lizard study stymied by coronavirus asks for community help

Lizard researchers stuck at home by Covid-19 orders were searching out a new threat and are now hoping for community help. → Read More

Stormy repeat as showers, gusty winds and hail expected this afternoon

Possibility for intense thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

More than 6 inches of rain in 90 minutes as thunderstorms drench Palm Beach County

Summer-like thunderstorms erupt as sea breezes collide. → Read More

Juno Beach Pier opens to jubilation, social distancing challenges

Coronavirus updates: Beaches back in business. → Read More

Beloved Loxahatchee River dying for freshwater, asks for emergency assistance

The Loxahatchee River, South Florida’s only nationally-recognized wild and scenic river, is not getting enough fresh water because recent dry → Read More

Rain of up to 3 inches possible in some areas, but no guarantees

First named storm of season could spin up tonight but rain no guarantee. → Read More

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Rain totals of up to 2 inches are possible, but it could fall just east of most metro areas over the Atlantic. → Read More

Wind advisory in effect, chances increase for tropical system to form by Saturday

Wind advisory in effect for coastal South Florida through 8 a.m. Friday. → Read More

Winds gusting to more than 30 mph triggers advisory

Wind advisory in effect for coastal South Florida through 8 a.m. Friday. → Read More

VIDEO: Blacktip sharks escape hammerheads right into Palm Beach County swim zone

There’s a place blacktip sharks can go to escape the predatory hammerhead, but it’s also close to where humans hang. → Read More

Update: Tropical system has 70% chance of forming

National Hurricane Center forecasters give area northeast of Bahamas a high chance of forming a tropical system. → Read More

Updated: Tropical system has 70% chance of forming

National Hurricane Center forecasters give area northeast of Bahamas a high chance of forming a tropical system. → Read More

Showers start Thursday; much-needed rain depends on where the potential system goes

National Hurricane Center forecasters give the area northeast of Bahamas a high chance of forming a tropical system. While it likely won’t be a → Read More

Updated: Tropical system gets 70% chance of forming

National Hurricane Center forecasters give area northeast of Bahamas a high chance of forming a tropical system. → Read More

Special tropical forecast issued, potential system no threat to Florida

Windy conditions with gusts up to 30 mph could take a swipe at South Florida later this week with some offshore tropical activity also possible. → Read More