After almost a week of gray skies, most of South Florida woke up to the welcome sight of sunshine Friday morning.
Beach-going is a popular past-time on Memorial Day weekend but, according to the National Weather Service, swimmers should be aware of rip currents.
The center of Tropical Storm Irene is battering northeastern New England with torrential rain and which have caused wide spread flooding along the upper eastern seaboard.
Hurricane Irene moved out to sea Saturday evening after drenching the outer banks of North Carolina and causing at least 4 deaths. The storm now seems on a direct path move up the coast to Philadelphia and New York City, drenching Washington DC and the Delmarva Peninsula along the way.
Just as South Florida was starting to see a gradual decline in gasoline prices, we could see a hurricane kick them higher again, even though Irene passed us by. Blame the potential hike on eastern refineries at risk from Irene.
U.S. Navy ships stationed in Virginia have been ordered to leave Norfolk Naval Station in preparation for Hurricane Irene.
Florida is outside of the forecast cone for Hurricane Irene, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be problems in the Sunshine State due to the storm.
A ten-month, 4,500 mile kayaking trip up the East Coast will be the backdrop as one man researches how human beings have impacted sensitive environmental areas in a negative way.
‘Twill be nights before Christmas and high overhead, the moon will turn brown or maybe deep red, but it isn’t a fire it’s but a moon wink, so pull up a chair, and pour yourself a drink.
Inside The National Hurricane Center One day after the CBS4 I-Team revealed details from an investigation of FEMA that showed the government agency is still unprepared in the event of a major disaster like a hurricane; the GAO, the investigation arm of the US Congress came out with its own report and it echoed what the I-Team first reported.