The so-called Superstorm has long passed, but residents in lower Manhattan are picking up the pieces of what Sandy left behind.
South Florida may have been spared a direct hit from Hurricane Sandy, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t feeling its affects with power outages, flooding and flight delays and cancelations.
More than 16,000 thousand FPL customers still have no power in Miami-Dade and Broward counties, due to Tropical Storm Isaac.
A day after Tropical Storm Isaac passed through the area, the rains from feeder bands kept coming over Miami-Dade County leaving some areas under water.
A very small number of South Floridians are already without power prior to Tropical Storm Isaac’s arrival.
Florida Power and Light doesn’t want to leave you in the dark as Tropical Storm Isaac moves closer to Florida. The company said Thursday its ready to respond should Isaac cause a problem for South Florida.
South Florida is no stranger to outside help when it comes to disaster, and now it stands ready to help the states of Alabama and Georgia as they attempt to cope with the deadly tornadoes that ripped through the south Wednesday.