Midwest, South Recovering After Deadly StormsThe Midwest and South are recovering after a weekend of deadly storms, wind, hail and tornadoes that left at least 14 people dead.
Nor'easter To Bring Heavy Snow, Strong Winds To NortheastA powerful nor'easter could bring dangerous blizzard conditions along with a foot of snow to some parts of the Northeast on Monday.
1,700 Lightning Strikes Hit Palm Beach County On TuesdayAn estimated 1,700 lightning bolts crashed in a two-hour period as storms moved across Palm Beach County, the National Weather Service says.
Flood Watch Issued For Palm BeachThe National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for the Palm Beaches ahead of heavy showers and thunderstorms.
NWS Warns Of Dangerous Conditions On Spring Break BeachesForecasters are warning of dangerous surf conditions as crowds of college students flock to beaches for spring break .
US Senator Calls For Investigation Of Cruise Ship In Storm Florida Senator Bill Nelson is calling for an investigation into a cruise ship that ran into high winds and rough seas in the Atlantic over the weekend.
Cruise Ship Rocked By High Winds, Rough SeasRough winds and high seas rocked a cruise ship headed down the East Coast over the weekend.
Two Dead, Several Injured After Severe Weather In FloridaSeveral parts of central and southern Florida were hit by severe storms early Sunday morning.
Gusty Winds Cause High Rip Current Risk, Beach ErosionA cool front has brought some higher winds which have caused some pretty big waves and rough surf along our beaches.
Girl Hit By Lightning Dies In Florida HospitalA girl, struck by lightning, has died, Florida hospital officials said.
Military Families Grieve For 11 Killed In Black Hawk CrashThe usually tranquil beachside enclave which normally provides a respite for soldiers, airmen and Marines became a place of shared grief Wednesday.
Flooding Overtakes South Florida StreetsWith a sunny start to the day, Saturday quickly became a gloomy, soggy day with flooding overtaking some South Florida streets.