Tropical Storm Arlene Poses No ThreatWhile our official hurricane season doesn't start for another month or so, don't tell Mother Nature.
Water Shortage A Concern With 34% Of Florida In Severe DroughtThe severe drought continues across part of the state with the latest drought monitor showing 34 percent of the state under a severe drought.
'Cane Season Kicks Off Early With Subtropical DepressionThe National Hurricane Center started their first advisories in 2017 Wednesday morning on a small, middle of the ocean depression.
El Niño May Return & Could Impact Hurricane SeasonAs we approach the start of the 2017 hurricane season, forecasters look for clues as to how active the Atlantic Basin will be. One major indicator is the presence of El Niño or La Niña.
FPL Strengthens Power Lines Ahead Of Hurricane Season It's probably the last thing you want to think about - preparing for hurricane season but most of us know the sooner we prepare the better off we are.
Cold Weather Not Breaking Spring Breakers: ‘It’s So Warm For Us!’It’s not exactly what most South Floridians would consider beach weather.
Northeast Facing Icy Mess As Plunging Temps Follow Storm Plunging temperatures brought in by the Nor'easter has turned the snow and sleet into solid ice, leaving roads and sidewalks slippery Wednesday.
Cold Weather Emergency Declared In Broward CountyA one day cold weather advisory has been issued for Broward County.
Tornado Downs Trees, Leaves Mess In Plantation A line of severe storms swept through South Florida overnight.
Wet Weather To Hang Around All Day WednesdayIt was a wet and humid start across South Florida Wednesday morning and it looks like its going to get a little worse before it gets any better.
Tornadoes Touch Down, Wreak Havoc In Southern LouisianaTornadoes touched down in parts of southern Louisiana Tuesday, destroying houses and downing power lines.
Work Week Starts With A Chill Then A WarmupThe rain is gone after a wet and cool Sunday some chillier temperatures are going to hang around for another day.