Severe weather left multiple people dead and damaged buildings throughout the South Wednesday.
Meteorologist Kirk Mellish says the severe weather today could not only bring heavy rain, thunderstorms and damaging winds, but the bad stuff could actually "sneak-up" on us without much warning. "Strong winds can come with downpours even without lightning or thunder, so you may not have the usual notice from ...
Dry spells in between rainy periods from Isaac for Metro Atlanta into weekend.
Another break in the heat but like the last time a surge in humidity lessens the comfort factor. But also like the last break it means rain hopes are kept alive. Hotter weather to make a come-back before the month is done but still no reason to think 100s return this summer. Here is a look at the medium range forecast and some tidbits about August weather patterns.
Early long-range forecasts for tornado season and tropical storm season prove spot on so far. but still no lasting cool weather in sight.
Let me give my initial reaction to the testing of new tornado warning language. It's an experiment being conducted the rest of this tornado season in MO and KS.
Doppler radar only fails to see 15% of tornadoes. But the false alarm rate is still around 70% because Doppler often cannot tell us which rotation will touchdown and which will not. Understanding how complex severe storms actually are and how this impacts the warnings can help keep you safe even if you've had warnings in the past where nothing happened to you.
Perhaps the worst March tornado outbreak in the U.S. on record. It was in my blog back on Feb 6th that I discussed the concerns for another active start to tornado season in the U.S. given the La Nina pattern.
Local law enforcement officials report a tornado was located about five miles southwest of Harvest, Alabama and nine miles north of Madison, Alabama at approximately 9:25 CST this morning. The tornado was, at that time, moving northeast at 45 miles an hour. Emergency management of Limestone County Alabama also reported ...
Dave Blaney and Michael McDowell discuss Daytona 500 strategy, with rain and the future on the line.