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

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A few strong thunderstorms possible this afternoon
 National Weather Service meteorologists are warning that a few strong thunderstorms are possible this afternoon as sea breezes
            and a warm, moist air mass from an approaching cool front interact. While some spotty showers are possible with south winds pumping in tropical air, it’s the afternoon sea breezes that could
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National Weather Service meteorologists are warning that a few strong thunderstorms are possible this afternoon as sea breezes and a warm, moist air mass from an approaching cool front interact. While some spotty showers are possible with south winds pumping in tropical air, it’s the afternoon sea breezes that could ...
What’s behind the amazing revival of Florida’s wading birds?
 Bellwethers of Everglades health balance on long skinny legs the color of driftwood at the 
            Wakodahatchee Wetlands west of Delray Beach. Perched in tangles of branches woven into treetops, fuzzy heads of white down and muted orange beaks indicate the wobbly aviators
            are fledgling wood storks old enough to stretch...

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Bellwethers of Everglades health balance on long skinny legs the color of driftwood at the  Wakodahatchee Wetlands west of Delray Beach. Perched in tangles of branches woven into treetops, fuzzy heads of white down and muted orange beaks indicate the wobbly aviators are fledgling wood storks old enough to stretch...
VIDEO: Incredible image of powerful Florida waterspout, tornado

Posted: 12 hours ago

A powerful waterspout turned tornado tore into Fort Walton Beach on Sunday as the cold front dragging through the southeast churned up severe weather. This video was shared by Dave Perkins on Facebook. WOW! #Waterspout moved on shore as a #tornado in Fort Walton Beach Florida...
Slow-moving cool front to bring rain, but when and how low for temps?
 Winter lobs another cool front toward Florida this weekend, promising an uptick in showers Saturday night through Monday. But this late in the season, forecasters aren’t expecting a drastic dip in temperatures. Daytime highs are predicted to hover near 80 degrees through at least Wednesday, with sultry overnights in the...

Posted: 2 days ago

Winter lobs another cool front toward Florida this weekend, promising an uptick in showers Saturday night through Monday. But this late in the season, forecasters aren’t expecting a drastic dip in temperatures. Daytime highs are predicted to hover near 80 degrees through at least Wednesday, with sultry overnights in the...
Cold front may mean weekend washout for South Florida
 Winter lobs another 
            cool front toward Florida this weekend, promising an uptick in showers Saturday through Monday. But this late in the season, forecasters aren’t expecting a drastic dip in temperatures. Daytime highs are predicted to hover
            near 80 degrees through at least Wednesday, 
            with...

Posted: 3 days ago

Winter lobs another cool front toward Florida this weekend, promising an uptick in showers Saturday through Monday. But this late in the season, forecasters aren’t expecting a drastic dip in temperatures. Daytime highs are predicted to hover near 80 degrees through at least Wednesday, with...
What’s behind the amazing revival of wading birds in South Florida?
 Bellwethers of Everglades health balance on long skinny legs the color of driftwood at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands west of Delray Beach. Perched in tangles of branches woven into treetops, fuzzy heads of white down and muted orange beaks indicate the wobbly aviators are fledgling wood storks old enough to stretch their wings, but too...

Posted: 3 days ago

Bellwethers of Everglades health balance on long skinny legs the color of driftwood at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands west of Delray Beach. Perched in tangles of branches woven into treetops, fuzzy heads of white down and muted orange beaks indicate the wobbly aviators are fledgling wood storks old enough to stretch their wings, but too...
Postponed SpaceX launch set for tonight
 The SpaceX launch that was postponed Monday has been rescheduled for tonight with a 30-second launch window that opens at
            6:51 p.m. A planet-hunting satellite will be aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, that will lift off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The mission launch can be watched live via webcast on 
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Posted: 4 days ago

The SpaceX launch that was postponed Monday has been rescheduled for tonight with a 30-second launch window that opens at 6:51 p.m. A planet-hunting satellite will be aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, that will lift off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The mission launch can be watched live via webcast on ...
‘Life is a gift’: Barbara Bush’s ties to Palm Beach County included family, philanthropy
 Former first lady Barbara Bush’s ties to South Florida were anchored by family, friends and philanthropy. The matriarch of the Bush family, who died Tuesday at 92, campaigned for her sons, swam in the warm waters off Palm Beach and cradled babies with AIDS in West Palm Beach during the height of the epidemic in the early 1990s. Her...

Posted: 5 days ago

Former first lady Barbara Bush’s ties to South Florida were anchored by family, friends and philanthropy. The matriarch of the Bush family, who died Tuesday at 92, campaigned for her sons, swam in the warm waters off Palm Beach and cradled babies with AIDS in West Palm Beach during the height of the epidemic in the early 1990s. Her...
Lyrids are a modest meteor shower, but even one is a treat
 A lengthy pause in celestial flamboyance ends this week under a shy, waxing crescent moon and skies scrubbed clean by a cold front. The annual Lyrid meteor shower peaks late Saturday into early Sunday, but the approach of another weather system and a growing moon means watching earlier in the week may offer a better chance to see a line of...

Posted: 5 days ago

A lengthy pause in celestial flamboyance ends this week under a shy, waxing crescent moon and skies scrubbed clean by a cold front. The annual Lyrid meteor shower peaks late Saturday into early Sunday, but the approach of another weather system and a growing moon means watching earlier in the week may offer a better chance to see a line of...
DON’T MISS: Clear skies this week offer view of celestial light show
 A waxing crescent moon and cool-front swept skies offer prime viewing opportunities this week for the Lyrid meteor shower. The 
            Lyrid shower, which peaks early Sunday but is active all week, breaks an annual pause of known meteor showers that begins following
            early January’s Quadrantids. Check...

Posted: 5 days ago

A waxing crescent moon and cool-front swept skies offer prime viewing opportunities this week for the Lyrid meteor shower. The  Lyrid shower, which peaks early Sunday but is active all week, breaks an annual pause of known meteor showers that begins following early January’s Quadrantids. Check...
The perfect storm: Much-needed rain, cooler temperatures, no damage
 More than two inches of rain fell in parts of Palm Beach County on Sunday ahead of a late-season cold front that is expected to plunge temperatures into the 50s this morning. The fleeting squall line that raced through South Florida after sunset brought wind gusts as high as 40 mph in Jupiter, and rainfall amounts that included 2.13 inches...

Posted: 6 days ago

More than two inches of rain fell in parts of Palm Beach County on Sunday ahead of a late-season cold front that is expected to plunge temperatures into the 50s this morning. The fleeting squall line that raced through South Florida after sunset brought wind gusts as high as 40 mph in Jupiter, and rainfall amounts that included 2.13 inches...