People in South Florida woke up to some minor flooding and plenty of heavy rain across the area. But while the sun came out across South Florida, residents in the Central Plains were experiencing a major severe weather outbreak.
If you thought spring may have been a little too fast, you are probably right. According to the National Climatic Data Center, the United States recorded the warmest winter on record dating back to 1895.
As twisters tear through the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex in Texas, American Airlines has cancelled nearly every flight in and out of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Hang on South Florida. We’ll have to endure just one more day of wet and windy weather before things get nice for a couple of days.
South Florida’s chapter of the American Red Cross is set to send the nation’s largest mobile canteen to Alabama Friday morning to aid the state after countless tornadoes devastated the area.
As parts of the South woke up Thursday from a tornado disaster, South Floridians could relate to the destruction because of the damage left by countless hurricanes over the years.
The City of Miami’s Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 2 (USAR-TF2) has been placed on standby for possible deployment to Alabama following the devastating tornadoes that hit the state Wednesday.
Wicked weather on the southwest coast spawned several tornados which damaged nearly 150 homes and business.
The Tampa-St. Petersburg area has been hammered with severe weather throughout Wednesday. A storm system has spawned severe thunderstorms and small tornadoes through much of the area and across Central Florida.