Ice storm

Local News
4:03 pm
Wed May 7, 2014

Carl Wernicke: Ice, Flooding, Sunshine, And Climate Change

Credit IHMC

Watching last week’s great flood from out of town was unsettling. We had been in Pittsburg for a nephew’s college graduation, and on that Tuesday night found ourselves on a plane circling Pensacola.

The pilot said heavy rain over the airport was delaying our arrival, but don’t worry, we have plenty of fuel. 20 minutes later he said there was still a nasty storm cell over the airport and he was waiting for it to move.

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Commentary
10:01 am
Thu February 6, 2014

Carl Wernicke: An Ice Storm To Remember

Carl Wernicke
Credit IHMC

  

 As a community, we tend to mark the passage of time through memorable events whose impacts are as powerful mentally as they are physically. Just as the memory of the great hurricanes of 1906, 1916 and 1926 imprinted itself on past generations of Pensacolians, many of us today will carry the marker of Hurricane Ivan in 2004 for the rest of our lives.

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Winter Storm Driving
2:27 pm
Tue January 28, 2014

Local Officials Prepare For Slippery Driving

Credit Florida DOT

Driving conditions are one of the main worries during an ice storm.  Once Tuesday morning's rush hour was over everyone had a short sigh of relief. There were no icy conditions and roads were relatively clear.  However preparations continue for the predicted freeze late this afternoon  and evening.

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