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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

South Florida weekend weather warm, slight chance of showers
 South  Florida is in for a warmer weekend as temperatures today struggle to reach into the mid-70s. Temperatures this morning dipped to 51 degrees at Palm Beach International Airport following a cool front that pushed through Thursday. That’s 8 degrees below normal for this time of year. Drier air will follow today as the high...

Posted: 3 days ago

South  Florida is in for a warmer weekend as temperatures today struggle to reach into the mid-70s. Temperatures this morning dipped to 51 degrees at Palm Beach International Airport following a cool front that pushed through Thursday. That’s 8 degrees below normal for this time of year. Drier air will follow today as the high...
OCEARCH gets permit to tag great white sharks in Florida
 A nonprofit group popular for tracking great white sharks and giving them Twitter personalities was approved this week to tag sharks in Florida waters. The Utah-based OCEARCH, which operates the Global Shark Tracker website and app, has often tagged white sharks in northeastern waters, but the permit granted Wednesday by the Florida Fish...

Posted: 2 days ago

A nonprofit group popular for tracking great white sharks and giving them Twitter personalities was approved this week to tag sharks in Florida waters. The Utah-based OCEARCH, which operates the Global Shark Tracker website and app, has often tagged white sharks in northeastern waters, but the permit granted Wednesday by the Florida Fish...
Wildfire threat increases as drought deepens
 Wildfire dangers and drought conditions escalated in Palm Beach County on Thursday as a stubborn dry spell and blustery winds stoked embers statewide. About 70 percent of the county is now considered to be in a “moderate drought” with the remainder ranking “abnormally dry,” according to a report released Thursday by...

Posted: 3 days ago

Wildfire dangers and drought conditions escalated in Palm Beach County on Thursday as a stubborn dry spell and blustery winds stoked embers statewide. About 70 percent of the county is now considered to be in a “moderate drought” with the remainder ranking “abnormally dry,” according to a report released Thursday by...
Is El Niño back? Surprising news for hurricane season
 The Climate Prediction Center officially declared the La Niña climate pattern kaput last week. It was really no surprise as La Niña was particularly weak this go around and the impacts may prove negligible in the long run. But what was a surprise was the center’s forecast for a possible resurrection of El Niño by...

Posted: 3 days ago

The Climate Prediction Center officially declared the La Niña climate pattern kaput last week. It was really no surprise as La Niña was particularly weak this go around and the impacts may prove negligible in the long run. But what was a surprise was the center’s forecast for a possible resurrection of El Niño by...
Breaking: Drought index increases in Palm Beach County
 Parts of Palm Beach County are sinking deeper into drought with more than half considered in a “moderate drought” and the remainder abnormally dry. The drought escalation was identified this morning in a new report from the U.S. Drought Monitor. Check The Palm Beach Post radar map.  A moderate drought is the second level on a...

Posted: 3 days ago

Parts of Palm Beach County are sinking deeper into drought with more than half considered in a “moderate drought” and the remainder abnormally dry. The drought escalation was identified this morning in a new report from the U.S. Drought Monitor. Check The Palm Beach Post radar map. A moderate drought is the second level on a...
Look tonight for the International Space Station
 The International Space Station will sail across South Florida skies tonight. Look to the north-northwest beginning at 7:08 to see the station. It will appear for five minutes, before disappearing in the east-southeast. Palm Beach County skies should be clear following a cool front that pushed through this morning. Behind it is dry air and...

Posted: 3 days ago

The International Space Station will sail across South Florida skies tonight. Look to the north-northwest beginning at 7:08 to see the station. It will appear for five minutes, before disappearing in the east-southeast. Palm Beach County skies should be clear following a cool front that pushed through this morning. Behind it is dry air and...
Update: Thousands of acres burn in Polk County as fire danger escalates in Palm Beach
 Update: While firefighters fought to control a blaze in Martin County on Wednesday, more than 2,000 acres burned in Polk County, forcing widespread evacuations and burning structures. Todd Chlanda, the Florida Forest Service wildfire mitigation specialist in Lakeland, said officials were assessing today how many homes were destroyed...

Posted: 3 days ago

Update: While firefighters fought to control a blaze in Martin County on Wednesday, more than 2,000 acres burned in Polk County, forcing widespread evacuations and burning structures. Todd Chlanda, the Florida Forest Service wildfire mitigation specialist in Lakeland, said officials were assessing today how many homes were destroyed...