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:

Fewer 'sunny day' flooding events this fall, but November's new moon may bring a king tide

Tropical cyclones thousands of miles away can increase flooding king tides in the fall but this autumn has been largely dry. → Read More

Big orange thing on beach protects submerged oil pipes, may have busted lose in hurricane

Company says it will track down piece of equipment to see where it came from. → Read More

South Florida's dry season begins this weekend. Will weather follow suit? What you need to know

Unlike hurricane season, most South Floridians eagerly await the dry season when humidity and skies clear. → Read More

'It's a harsh environment': Pahokee Marina toxic algae defies nanobubble technology... so far

The Pahokee Marina suffered repeated bouts of toxic blue-green algae but whether bubbles are the answer is unclear. → Read More

West Palm's tree survey: It's time to start planting more shade trees to combat climate change

West Palm Beach wants to be carbon neutral and that means getting people out of their cars and walking or biking more. To do that in South Florida, shade is a necessity. → Read More

Bag limits on blacktips may increase, but 3 other sharks are the real thieves to Florida fishermen

At least one FWC commissioner is happy with the status quo of Florida shark management and says nothing "crazy" is needed. → Read More

Palm Beach County officials ask where's their share of water supply, water quality projects

Everglades restoration projects have made great strides in recent years and now Palm Beach County wants some attention given to what it is owed. → Read More

'It's not over yet': Florida vulnerable to hurricanes in October; where to watch as month begins

October cold fronts signal the end of hurricane season right? Not in Florida where the hits can keep coming deep into the month. → Read More

Rip current risks in Palm Beach County and Treasure Coast from Category 3/4 Hurricane Sam

Hurricane Sam could reach wind speeds as high as 150 mph and is forecast to remain a major hurricane at least through Saturday. → Read More

'Recipient sites' in Florida charging up to $6,000 for relocating gopher tortoises... is that sustainable?

A landowner could get thousands of dollars per tortoise, but there are catches, including the land must be reserved forever for conservation. → Read More

FWC considers upping blacktip shark bag limits, but anglers say it won't help fish theft

DNA from shark mucus to help identify which species are stealing anglers' catches.. → Read More

'We're flirting with disaster': Lake O fishing suffering with high water levels, 12,000-acre loss of plants

Submerged vegetation die-off is the worst it has been in the lake since 2006. → Read More

Potent storm system is dragging cold front as far south as Florida

The strong cold front is sending temperatures plummeting in the northeast and left snow in the northwest. → Read More

Which Florida animals are the most dangerous? Interacting with these creatures can turn deadly

There are many animals in Florida that can kill you. What to know about the most dangerous animals: Alligators, sharks, panthers, snakes, spiders. → Read More

Hurricane season 2021: Will tropics make history again? Four storms short of needing new name list

Traditional hurricane name lists end with the letter W and exclude Q, U, X, Y and Z because there are fewer names that start with those letters. → Read More

Summer's final full moon heralds autumn and South Florida's king tide season

Areas on the Intracoastal waterway from Boca Raton to Jupiter are vulnerable to high tide flooding that comes with autumn's new and full moons. → Read More

Beaches in Florida see some weird things wash ashore. Here are some of the strangest items

Florida beaches are beautiful but they are also the recipients of some of the oddest items from bales of rubber to bales of marijuana. → Read More

Climate change: Florida's largest water manager wants $140 million for first fix

Extreme rainfall events and sea level rise are challenging South Florida's aging flood control system. → Read More

Hurricane season peaks Sept. 10 and it's been a doozy. Why we're not out of the woods yet

Hurricane Ida has so far been the standout horror of 2021. Peak hurricane season arrives Sept. 10. Almost every storm this year has made landfall. → Read More

Bird migration has started with some unruly starlings crashing the sojourn south

European starlings were mentioned in one of Shakespeare's plays, which was enough for an enthusiast to loose them in New York. The rest was history. → Read More