Cindy Drenches Mississippi ValleyTropical Depression Cindy continues to drench portions of the lower and middle Mississippi Valley.
Tropical Depression Cindy Continues To Produce Heavy RainfallTropical Depression Cindy continues to produce heavy rainfall from the lower Mississippi Valley through the southeast and into the Ohio Valley.
Cindy Brings Flood Of Trouble To Gulf CoastTropical Storm Cindy has now been downgraded to a tropical depression and is leaving parts of the Gulf Coast underwater.
Heavy Rainfall From TS Cindy Affecting Portions Of Northern Gulf CoastHeavy rainfall from Tropical Storm Cindy is affecting the northern Gulf Coast, and these rains could produce life-threatening flash flooding.
Tropical Storm Cindy Strengthens Over Central Gulf Of MexicoTropical Storm Cindy has strengthened over the central Gulf of Mexico.
Tropical Storm Bret Forecast To WeakenTropical Storm Bret is expected to lose some of its 'oomph' as it moves west across the eastern Caribbean Sea.
More Warnings Up As Disturbance Move Toward Windward IslandsWarnings remain in effect for several of the Windward Islands as a tropical disturbance heads their way.
Hurricane Hunter Planes Provide Crucial Information During Storm SeasonEach year the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the Air Force take their hurricane hunter planes on an awareness tour.
Governor Urges Preparedness Ahead Of 'Near-Average' Hurricane SeasonFlorida Gov. Rick Scott gathered Thursday with federal officials to discuss plans and preparations at the official start of hurricane season.
2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Officially BeginsAfter ending an 11-year stormless streak in 2016, Florida enters its annual hurricane season Thursday with forecasters predicting an above-average season.
Preparing Your Trees For Hurricane SeasonPreparing and pruning your trees is an important way to protect yourself, your trees, and your home during hurricane season.
Tropical Storm Arlene Poses No ThreatWhile our official hurricane season doesn't start for another month or so, don't tell Mother Nature.