Kimberly Miller, The Palm Beach Post

Kimberly Miller

The Palm Beach Post

West Palm Beach, FL, United States

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  • North Jersey News
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Recent articles by Kimberly:

USA's Christian Pulisic tied to $1.8 million home buy in Palm Beach County

USA's soccer start Christian Pulisic used a Jupiter, Florida address when he registered to vote in June. → Read More

After Nicole, Palm Beach County can expect drier air followed by a possible cold front

Cold fronts can be fickle in South Florida in the fall but by late October and early November more reliable infusions of winter air are expected. → Read More

Think you survived a Cat 1 hurricane with Nicole? Here's how Palm Beach County got off easy

Palm Beach County's strongest wind gust from Hurricane Nicole was 62 mph at the Juno Beach Pier. → Read More

Nicole live updates Thursday: Tropical storm warning canceled for most of Palm Beach County

Nicole made history as only the second hurricane to hit Florida in November. → Read More

Tropical Storm Nicole live updates Wednesday: Palm Beach County in path of forecast hurricane

Nicole is forecast to reach Florida overnight Wednesday into Thursday as a Category 1 hurricane with a landfall between Boca Raton and Sebastian. → Read More

Live updates: Subtropical Storm Nicole expected to reach hurricane strength before Florida landfall

Check here for live updates of Subtropical Storm Nicole. Storm expected to reach hurricane strength before making landfall on Florida's east coast. → Read More

Hurricane watch issued for much of Florida's east coast, including Palm Beach County

Areas of Florida's east coast hit hard by Ian could see more flooding, beach erosion and high winds. Weather could begin deteriorating Tuesday. → Read More

Vote early if you want to stay dry. Election Day weather could be squally in coastal Florida.

Regardless of whether a tropical or subtropical cyclone forms, the weather could be wet and windy at the polls. → Read More

Charlie Crist speaks in West Palm Beach about housing affordability and property insurance

With just three weeks before a Nov. 8 showdown with Gov. Ron DeSantis, Charlie Crist was eager to promote plans to help with insurance and rent prices. → Read More

Hurricane Ian: Here's how an 'eyewall replacement cycle' turned Ian from a mess into a monster

Hurricane Ian went from "disheveled mess" to "worst case scenario" at landfall near Fort Myers as a 150 mph Category 4 storm. → Read More

Tropical Storm Ian live updates Thursday: Tropical storm warning for Palm Beach County canceled

Hurricane Ian live updates Thursday: Gov. Ron DeSantis said the state's response to the storm will be historic. → Read More

Hurricane Ian pummels southwest Florida, terrorizes Palm Beach County with at least one tornado

As of Wednesday, only the Kings Point twister was confirmed by the National Weather Service in Palm Beach County. → Read More

More trees, not cooling centers, are south Florida's answer to increasingly hot summers

Six miles and six degrees was the difference in an unofficial study of an urban heat island and the National Weather Service’s official gauge. → Read More

Hurricane Ian: What Palm Beach County residents need to know now

Will Hurricane Ian bring flooding, tropical-storm-force winds to Palm Beach County? Are events being canceled? → Read More

Hurricane Ian live updates: Tropical storm watch issued for Palm Beach County

Hurricane Ian is expected to reach Category 4 strength in the Gulf of Mexico, before downsizing to a Category 2. → Read More

Hurricane Ian could dump up to 7 inches of rain in some parts of Palm Beach County

Hurricane Ian is expected to make landfall north of Tampa but with a forecast spread reaching from Panama City to Cape Coral. → Read More

Experts warn of rapid intensification of storm that could hit landfall in Florida next week

The last time South Florida was hit by a hurricane was 2017's Irma. Tropical Depression Nine could become a Category 3 hurricane for Florida. → Read More

Five incredible things happening in West Palm Beach's south end, or SoSo, community

In SoSo, builders can go bigger and taller than in Palm Beach, where stricter property line setbacks and height restrictions limit construction. → Read More

Only rain can end the tug-of-war over Lake Okeechobee levels amid drought

Lake Okeechobee fares the worst in the plan. It will incur short-term higher lake levels that can kill off ecosystem-sustaining submerged vegetation. → Read More

Drought creeps into coastal Palm Beach County but one tropical system could turn it around

The last water shortage declaration was in 2011 when the lake drained to a record low of 8.82 feet. → Read More