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    Wednesday, August 24 2016
Suncoast Weather
Info
  Wed Thu Fri
Tampa
Scattered Thunderstorms
Hi
93
Pcpn
40%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
93
Pcpn
40% 40%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
92
Pcpn
40% 50%
Sarasota-
Bradenton
Scattered Thunderstorms
Hi
94
Pcpn
50%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
93
Pcpn
50% 50%
Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
93
Pcpn
50% 60%
Fort Myers
Scattered Thunderstorms
Hi
93
Pcpn
50%
Scattered Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
93
Pcpn
50% 50%
Thunderstorms
Lo Hi
92
Pcpn
50% 70%
Info
Tampa, FLSarasota-Bradenton, FLFort Myers, FL
 Tampa Climate
Tuesday Hi 95° (+5)
Lo 79° (+3)
Rain 0.52 in. (+0.25)
Rain  Month
Year
6.46 in. (+0.69)
40.18 in. (+8.46)
Averages Records
Wed Hi
Lo
90°
76°
Hi
Lo
95° (2014)
67° (1957)
Sun Info Moon Phase
Wed Rise
Set
705 AM
759 PM
Current Phase of the Moon
Thu Rise
Set
706 AM
758 PM
 Sarasota-Bradenton Climate
Tuesday Hi 99° (+9)
Lo 81° (+6)
Rain 0.29 in. (-0.03)
Rain  Month
Year
5.03 in. (-1.81)
30.25 in. (-5.78)
Averages Records
Wed Hi
Lo
90°
75°
Hi
Lo
95° (2014)
66° (1970)
Sun Info Moon Phase
Wed Rise
Set
706 AM
759 PM
Current Phase of the Moon
Thu Rise
Set
706 AM
758 PM
 Fort Myers Climate
Tuesday Hi 96° (+4)
Lo 78° (+3)
Rain 0.00 in. (-0.35)
Rain  Month
Year
8.28 in. (+0.82)
50.75 in. (+12.36)
Averages Records
Wed Hi
Lo
92°
75°
Hi
Lo
97° (2014)
65° (1957)
Sun Info Moon Phase
Wed Rise
Set
704 AM
755 PM
Current Phase of the Moon
Thu Rise
Set
704 AM
754 PM
Info
High Tuesday 111° in Death Valley Ca
Low Wednesday 28° in West Yellowstone Mt
& Pinedale Wy
Info
On August 24, 1992 in the morning...
Hurricane Andrew roared ashore in southern Miami-Dade County near Homestead and Florida City as the fourth-most intense landfalling hurricane in U.S. History (2nd in Florida). This Category 5 hurricane caused widespread damage to homes and businesses, with many destroyed in southern Miami-Dade County. Many trees, power lines, light poles, etc., were downed in many areas across South Florida. Fifteen people were killed as a direct result of the storm, mostly from flying debris and collapsing roofs, walls, or falling furniture. Twenty-six others were killed indirectly. Some of these deaths occurred while cleaning up storm debris and from auto accidents related to nonfunctional traffic lights and debris across roadways. Property damage was estimated to have exceeded $25 billion, and crop damage was at least $l billion, making Andrew the second most costly weather disaster in U.S. History, behind Hurricane Katrina. About 660,000 people were without power for period of from a few hours to several months.