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Last month, two catastrophic hurricanes hit the Caribbean and Florida. As Travel + Leisure previously reported, cruise lines have been forced to drastically change their itineraries to avoid damaged ports of call.
While the skies have cleared, hard-hit destinations like Puerto Rico and St. Martin are just beginning a long and difficult recovery.
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If you have a Caribbean cruise coming up, don’t panic — if your port of call has been impacted by the storm, cruise lines have plenty of other options to choose from. Either way, however, travelers should confirm itinerary details with the cruise in advance.
Cold air will plunge into the north-central United States by week’s end, possibly bringing the first snowflakes of the season to some communities.
A medida que las temperaturas globales continúan aumentando, es probable que más personas recurran al aire acondicionado para mantenerse frescos. Como resultado, se espera que la demanda de electricidad aumente.
Even though the official start of the South Pacific tropical season is still more than a month away, an area of low pressure could become a named cyclone in the next day or two.
Imagine returning home after a major storm wreaked havoc on your neighborhood to discover that your precious family photos are unrecognizable due to mud, rain or floodwater.
A rapidly spreading wildfire ignited in the hills of Pisa, Italy on Monday night and continued to burn into Tuesday.
More than a week after Hurricane Florence’s landfall, evacuations are still taking place around the Carolinas.
While crests have occurred along the major rivers in the Carolina Midlands, the surge of water has reached areas just inland of the coast and will keep some coastal rivers, such as the Waccamaw, at major to record flood stage into October.
Hurricane Maria magnified a gap in the government's emergency and natural disaster preparedness for children shelters in Puerto Rico.