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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

Python hunt licenses prove extremely popular
 The help wanted sign went up less than two weeks ago: “Python hunters needed for minimum wage pay and bonus potential.” And Florida responded. Video: Post reporter watches python battle an alligator in now viral video The South Florida Water Management District’s new python hunting pilot program received 1,000 applications...

Posted: 4 days ago

The help wanted sign went up less than two weeks ago: “Python hunters needed for minimum wage pay and bonus potential.” And Florida responded. Video: Post reporter watches python battle an alligator in now viral video The South Florida Water Management District’s new python hunting pilot program received 1,000 applications...
Just in: Will a hurricane be named after you this season? 2017 storm names are here
 The National Hurricane Center sent around a reminder this month with 2017’s hurricane names and pronunciation guide.  And while storm season doesn’t start until June 1, if you’re on the list you may want to start preparing for the possibility that a hurricane with your name on it may form up this year. Hurricane Harvey has...

Posted: 6 days ago

The National Hurricane Center sent around a reminder this month with 2017’s hurricane names and pronunciation guide. And while storm season doesn’t start until June 1, if you’re on the list you may want to start preparing for the possibility that a hurricane with your name on it may form up this year. Hurricane Harvey has...
Winter ends with spring equinox, when day and night are equal
 The universe is calling winter kaput today as the sun’s rays cross Earth’s celestial equator, and day and night finish as equals. March 20 is the spring equinox, the astronomical end of the darkest, coldest days of the year. And while most of America set clocks forward one hour March 12, the equinox is nature’s...

Posted: 6 days ago

The universe is calling winter kaput today as the sun’s rays cross Earth’s celestial equator, and day and night finish as equals. March 20 is the spring equinox, the astronomical end of the darkest, coldest days of the year. And while most of America set clocks forward one hour March 12, the equinox is nature’s...
NEW: It’s the spring equinox today, when day and night are equals
 The universe is calling winter kaput today as the sun’s rays cross Earth’s celestial equator, and day and night finish as equals. March 20 is the spring equinox, the astronomical end of the darkest, coldest days of the year. And while most of America set their clocks forward one hour March 12, the equinox is nature’s promise...

Posted: 6 days ago

The universe is calling winter kaput today as the sun’s rays cross Earth’s celestial equator, and day and night finish as equals. March 20 is the spring equinox, the astronomical end of the darkest, coldest days of the year. And while most of America set their clocks forward one hour March 12, the equinox is nature’s promise...
Pythons, Zika, but at least this will never happen in Florida
 The late-season winter storm that smacked the northeast this week left some inland areas buried in snow and a group of innocent commuters awash in the white stuff. In this video from Rhinecliff, N.Y., riders are waiting for their train on Wednesday when the unexpected happens. The estimated 2 feet of snow that had accumulated on the tracks...

Posted: 10 days ago

The late-season winter storm that smacked the northeast this week left some inland areas buried in snow and a group of innocent commuters awash in the white stuff. In this video from Rhinecliff, N.Y., riders are waiting for their train on Wednesday when the unexpected happens. The estimated 2 feet of snow that had accumulated on the tracks...
What’s in store for boaters and beachgoers this weekend
 Cooler than normal temperatures will continue through the weekend despite strengthening March sunshine. Friday is forecast to be a chilly 70 degrees – nine degrees below normal – with the weekend warming to 75 Saturday and 79 Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Miami. Not a beach person? Check out The Palm Beach...

Posted: 10 days ago

Cooler than normal temperatures will continue through the weekend despite strengthening March sunshine. Friday is forecast to be a chilly 70 degrees – nine degrees below normal – with the weekend warming to 75 Saturday and 79 Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Miami. Not a beach person? Check out The Palm Beach...
Waking up to cold temperatures, where your community stands
 [youtube=] Overnight low temperatures for South Florida were abnormally chilly for this time of year as frigid northern air plunged south on northwest winds. At Palm Beach International Airport, temperatures dropped to 46 degrees this morning. Check The Palm Beach Post radar map.  That’s a full 15 degrees below what’s is climatologically...

Posted: 11 days ago

[youtube=] Overnight low temperatures for South Florida were abnormally chilly for this time of year as frigid northern air plunged south on northwest winds. At Palm Beach International Airport, temperatures dropped to 46 degrees this morning. Check The Palm Beach Post radar map. That’s a full 15 degrees below what’s is climatologically...