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Updated: 1:01 PM Friday Afternoon Update: Don has it's sights on the Texas coast and should make landfall late tonight or very early tomorrow morning.
Updated: 11:20 AM Another above-average Hurricane Season is predicted in the Atlantic for 2011.
Posted: 11:17 AM With 19 named storms, 2010 was the third busiest hurricane season on record. Of those 19, 12 storms would become hurricanes.
Updated: 6:57 PM As far back as May, forecasters were expecting an active season in the tropics. The 2010 hurricane season is halfway over, but if it's anything like the first half, we may have a long way to go.
Updated: 2:32 PM *Updated 2:25 p.m. Wednesday* On and off showers and thunderstorms have continued across the Brazos Valley today.
Updated: 1:00 PM *Updated 12:55 p.m. Wednesday* Tropical Depression 5 is still very disorganized, and may not make it to Tropical Storm status before making landfall.
Updated: 3:56 PM *Updated 3:49 p.m. Saturday* Tropical Storm Colin is barely holding on to Tropical Storm status.
Updated: 5:07 PM *Updated 4:48 p.m. Saturday* Tropical Depression Bonnie is struggling to hold on as it prepares to make landfall in Southeast Louisiana tonight.
Updated: 10:44 AM *Updated 10:31 a.m. Friday* Updated rainfall totals from Tropical Depression 2.
Updated: 1:06 PM *Updated 9:15 a.m. Friday* Alex is no more.
Updated: 4:32 PM On Saturday, May 29 only two weeks after the official start of hurricane season in the eastern Pacific, Tropical Storm Agatha made its debut.
Updated: 4:28 PM More storms may churn in the Atlantic this year than previously thought. Earlier estimates had anywhere from 11-18 named storms forecast. Now it looks like that number could potentially be much higher.
Updated: 4:25 PM The most commonly asked questions around the newsroom.
Updated: 4:26 PM After a relatively quiet season in the tropics in 2009, you should prepare for a busy 2010.
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