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Kimberly Miller

Kimberly Miller covers weather for The Palm Beach Post. She holds a Certificate in Weather Forecasting from Penn State University and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Arizona. Her previous beats have included real estate, K-12 education, universities and colleges, and general assignment. WeatherPlus blog More Kim Miller stories: PalmBeachPost.com | MyPalmBeachPost.com

Latest from Kimberly Miller

Best places to see the 2017 solar eclipse, it’s all about the weather
 At no other time in history has the summer climatology of a narrow strip of land spanning from the salt marshes of South Carolina to the rugged coast of Oregon been under such scrutiny. In a 70-mile wide path on Aug. 21, day will turn to night as the moon slips between the sun and Earth, casting a shadow that will create the...

Posted: 4 minutes ago

At no other time in history has the summer climatology of a narrow strip of land spanning from the salt marshes of South Carolina to the rugged coast of Oregon been under such scrutiny. In a 70-mile wide path on Aug. 21, day will turn to night as the moon slips between the sun and Earth, casting a shadow that will create the...
County won’t rely on Red Cross volunteers to man hurricane shelters
 An “urgent request” for hundreds of Palm Beach County employees to train for hurricane shelter duties was made this week following a decision to end the county’s dependence on Red Cross volunteers during storm emergencies. Palm Beach County Administrator Verdenia Baker said in an email to employees Thursday that teams of...

Posted: 18 hours ago

An “urgent request” for hundreds of Palm Beach County employees to train for hurricane shelter duties was made this week following a decision to end the county’s dependence on Red Cross volunteers during storm emergencies. Palm Beach County Administrator Verdenia Baker said in an email to employees Thursday that teams of...
JUST IN: Emergency Lake Okeechobee back-pumping granted to save wildlife
 The South Florida Water Management District was granted emergency permission today to back pump clean water into Lake Okeechobee
            to save animals and plants in bloated water conservation areas. District spokesman Randy Smith, said the district had hoped to avoid the back pumping by opening flood gates that would allow
        ...

Posted: 15 hours ago

The South Florida Water Management District was granted emergency permission today to back pump clean water into Lake Okeechobee to save animals and plants in bloated water conservation areas. District spokesman Randy Smith, said the district had hoped to avoid the back pumping by opening flood gates that would allow ...
Your eyes will fry under normal sunglasses during 2017 eclipse, here’s why
 The nation is preparing for the Aug. 21 “Great American” 
            total solar eclipse, which is the first in 99 years to 
            cross coast-to-coast. That means buying 
            special eclipse glasses because normal sun glasses – even those with the darkest lenses – aren’t enough to protect eyes...

Posted: a day ago

The nation is preparing for the Aug. 21 “Great American” total solar eclipse, which is the first in 99 years to cross coast-to-coast. That means buying special eclipse glasses because normal sun glasses – even those with the darkest lenses – aren’t enough to protect eyes...
Steamy nights break records across South Florida
 Steamy overnight temperatures dashed decades-old heat records across South Florida this week as the state found itself trapped between opposing pressure systems. Tropical Storm Cindy, which fizzled Thursday after making a Louisiana landfall, and the faithful Bermuda High spun on either side of the state, creating a pressure gradient that...

Posted: a day ago

Steamy overnight temperatures dashed decades-old heat records across South Florida this week as the state found itself trapped between opposing pressure systems. Tropical Storm Cindy, which fizzled Thursday after making a Louisiana landfall, and the faithful Bermuda High spun on either side of the state, creating a pressure gradient that...
UPDATE: Fort Pierce man struck by lightning dies
 The National Weather Service is reporting that a 
            Fort Pierce man who was struck by lightning May 17 has died. It was the second death this year caused by lightning. The first occurred in Colorado on May 7. Related: Top 5 lightning myths  According to an incident report, construction worker Guadalupe Salinas was working on...

Posted: a day ago

The National Weather Service is reporting that a Fort Pierce man who was struck by lightning May 17 has died. It was the second death this year caused by lightning. The first occurred in Colorado on May 7. Related: Top 5 lightning myths  According to an incident report, construction worker Guadalupe Salinas was working on...
Your 2017 solar eclipse forecast
The first total solar eclipse to cross the entire continental U.S. in 99 years is Aug. 21 – two months from today.

Posted: 3 days ago

The first total solar eclipse to cross the entire continental U.S. in 99 years is Aug. 21 – two months from today.
Think summer already started? Think again
Today is the longest day of the year, a function of the June solstice and the first day of summer. Seasons are determined by the tilt of the Earth on its axis.

Posted: 3 days ago

Today is the longest day of the year, a function of the June solstice and the first day of summer. Seasons are determined by the tilt of the Earth on its axis.