Hurricane season is right around the corner, and as many South Floridians know, some hurricanes gain strength while others fall apart.
You can blame extreme weather on climate change. That’s the finding of a new federal scientific report the White House released Tuesday.
Months after Superstorm Sandy, the Statue of Liberty has reopened just in time for the Fourth of July.
Days away from hurricane season and some meteorologists are wondering how American computer models will stack-up against the competition in 2013.
There will never be another storm named Sandy.
The next time a tropical system approaches the U.S., any watches or warnings used to alert the public will be handled differently, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday.
Congressional members of both parties from New York and other areas exploded in anger at the House GOP leadership for not voting on Hurricane Sandy aid before the 112th Congress adjourned Tuesday night.
Another hurricane season has come and gone. Friday marks the end of the Atlantic hurricane season which produced 19 named storms for the third year in a row. Ten of the systems became hurricanes and one grew into a major storm.
As part of a joint effort between CBS4 and the Miami Dolphins, a total of $45,000 has been raised for the South Florida Region American Red Cross for Superstorm Sandy relief efforts.
More help is on the way from South Florida to areas of New York impacted by Sandy. More than 40 doctors, nurses, paramedics, pharmacists and medical responders will board flights Monday bound for JFK Airport in Queens, New York.