National Weather Service
Following criticism on the handling of Superstorm Sandy, the National Weather Service is considering changing how it issues hurricane watches and warnings.
While the world’s attention is focused on the northeast, Sandy left it’s mark on South Florida with standing water and tidal surge from Broward to Miami-Dade.
While the weather in Miami-Dade County hasn’t gotten too bad with Hurricane Sandy just off the coast, there are already some problematic areas popping up due to the heavy rain.
School officials in Palm Beach County aren’t taking any chances with Hurricane Sandy.
HOMESTEAD (CBSMiami) – It wasn’t actually a tornado, but it was enough to get people in South Miami-Dade excited Friday night as just before sunset, a finger of wind stretched groundward near Homestead. It looked […]
CBS4′s weather forecasts are already available on your smartphone. Now with hurricane season about to kick into high gear, the National Weather Service will provide South Floridians with another way to stay safe.
Here we go again. Check your battery, water and canned food supplies. The 2012 Atlantic Hurricane season is officially underway.
Memorial Day festivities in Port St. Lucie were disrupted when a weak twister touched down near the Lyngate Park neighborhood.
Wednesday could be another soggy day across South Florida. The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for Miami-Dade.
Much like a monsoon, a rain packed weather system hunkered down over west Miami-Dade Tuesday afternoon, dumping nearly 10 inches of rain on West Miami and shattering the old Miami rainfall record. The downpour caused widespread flooding and turned rush hour into a hot mess.