Report: Direct hurricane hit in Tampa Bay could cause more damage than Katrina. A storm the size of Hurricane Katrina could amount to $175 billion in damage, the report said, citing a 2015 analysis by Karen Clark & Co. in Boston. Even small storms are troublesome as sea levels rise, the report said, pointing out that hard rain regularly floods neighborhoods in Tampa, St. Petersburg and Clearwater.
It expected the storm to turn due north tonight, then northeastward on Wednesday. Tropical storm watches and warnings were raised along the East Coast on Tuesday afternoon. 1 P.M. The 1 p.m. advisory.
As Tropical Storm Emily eyes the Tampa Bay area, residents will want to keep close tabs on information and instructions put out by their local county emergency management office. To help make sure.
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Tampa Bay is due for a major hurricane. It is not prepared. A Boston firm that analyzes potential catastrophic damage reported that the region would lose $175 billion in a storm the size of Hurricane Katrina. A World Bank study called Tampa Bay one of the 10 most at-risk areas on the globe.
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That's the region that stretches from Mobile, Alabama, through the. “Michael is forecast to be near or at major hurricane strength when it. “Michael is expected to produce heavy rainfall and flash flooding. been issued from the Mississippi- Alabama border to Tampa Bay. 'Everybody's got to get ready'.
. Florida, move up the state's Gulf Coast and slam into the Tampa Bay area.. More: Florida volunteers step in to prepare for Hurricane Irma. Tampa has not been hit by a major hurricane since 1921, when its. with the metro area expected to be pounded by life-threatening hurricane winds, Feltgen said.
But if powerful hurricane did strike the Tampa Bay region – either during the. hurricane occurred in 1946 (a category 1 storm). Not since 1921 has a major hurricane (category 3 or higher) struck.
Darryl Fears writes a feature-length article detailing the environmental threat to Tampa Bay: "The area is due for a major hurricane, and it is not prepared. If a big one scores a direct hit, the damage would likely surpass Katrina." Two reports have sounded the alarm for Tampa Bay.