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Roy Watlington at a meeting of the Integrated Ocean Observing System on St. Thomas in 2016. (IOOS photo)

In 1867, Hurricane, Earthquake and Tsunami Battered the Islands

In 1867, three natural disasters bombarded the Danish West Indies, one after another within a month. They were a hurricane, an earthquake and a tsunami.

Storm-Demolished Tutu High Rise and Donoe Apartments to be ‘Reinvented’

V.I. dignitaries helped to kick off a redevelopment that officials said would replace and “completely reinvent” the former Tutu High Rise and Donoe public housing complexes that were torn apart by hurricanes in 2017.

Smithsonian Team Restores Hurricane-damaged Legislative Records and Archives

In the aftermath of hurricanes Irma and Maria, government officials realized legislative records and archival journals stored in the basement of a building in Cruz Bay had been nearly destroyed after the basement flooded.

Legislature Moves into Its New STX Home

After making do with several temporary locations over the last three years, St. Croix senators and their staff moved into their new gleaming white, three-story, 20,000-square-foot home on North Shore Road this week.

VITEMA Keeping an Eye on TS Teddy; No Impact to V.I. Currently Expected

Tropical Storm Teddy is expected to be a hurricane as early as Tuesday night and while its movement is currently uncertain, VITEMA Director Daryl Jaschen said Monday that it was expected to resume a west-northwest track shortly.

Atlantic Basin is Churning with Five Weather Systems

The Atlantic basin is crowded with activity, as five tropical weather systems in varying stages of development dot the ocean, along with another pair of systems in the Gulf of Mexico.

Invest 98-L Could Develop Further as it Approaches the V.I.

A broad area of low pressure about 1,000 miles west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands, which has been designated as Invest 98-L, is producing a concentrated area of showers and thundershowers.

Low-Pressure System May Threaten V.I. by the End of the Week

A broad area of low pressure about 700 miles west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands has become better organized and is moving across the Atlantic towards the Leeward Islands, demanding the attention of Virgin Islanders.

Plaskett Takes on COVID-19’s Impact on Hurricane Evacuation and Sheltering

Emergency response managers have never been faced with the challenge of evacuating and sheltering people during a major hurricane while simultaneously dealing with a pandemic, but this is what could happen during the next month as the 2020 hurricane season reaches its peak.

NHC Sees Potential for Invest 95-L to Develop into a Depression

Invest 95-L, the low-pressure system moving across the Atlantic towards the Caribbean, could develop into a tropical depression by this weekend, and if it becomes Tropical Storm Josephine before Aug. 22 it will be the earliest "J" storm on record.





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