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NOAA gives hurricane season update

Forecasters say the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season shows no signs of slowing. That’s the word from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration after their season update. According to NOAA’s climate prediction center, conditions remain conducive for an above average hurricane…

Federal Fisheries Disaster Declaration approved by NOAA

Local fishermen and the tourism industry have been hit hard over this past year, but some relief might soon be in sight. The reopening of the Bonnet Carre Spillway has had lasting effects throughout the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Chris Rhodes…

NOAA sets federal red snapper season

NOAA has announced that for-hire vessels with federal permits can fish for red snapper for 51 days from June 1st to July 22nd. The recreational snapper season begins May 25th and runs through Labor Day which lands on September 3rd.…

M/V Bluefin arrives at Port of Gulfport

A vessel that sails around the world repairing and maintaining hurricane, tsunami, and weather buoys arrived for a quick stop at the Port of Gulfport today. The M/V Bluefin, which is under contract with NOAA, is based out of Northlake…

Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Week October 24th-28th

Hurricane season may soon be coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean you can let your guard down. Today, Governor Phil Bryant declared October 24th through the 28th Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Week. According to the National Weather Service,…

Flood Risk Workshop

The Education, Economics, Environmental, Climate and Health Organization or EEECHO is hosting a week of events with the hopes of empowering the community. This morning, EEECHO kicked off those events by partnering with Climate Central and NOAA for a flood…

Stranded Dolphin Freed From Simmons Bayou in Ocean Springs

A dolphin stranded for several weeks in Simmons Bayou in Ocean Springs has finally made its way back to the Gulf. News 25’s Kristen Durand met with rescuers as they returned from the mission. There were high fives all around…