A gloomy morning as wet weather rolled across portions of South Florida. With plenty of moisture in place and a stubborn stalled frontal boundary to our north, we will continue to see storms on and off again throughout the day.
Plenty of rainfall kicked off the first full day of Fall across South Florida. Locations that may experience minor flooding over the course of the day include Miami, Coral Gables and neighborhoods around Marlins Park.
Storm chaser Scott Nicholson remembers the day he first fell in love with extreme weather.
The weekend kicks off with a decent start! It’s all about “timing!”
Meteorologists believe the storm was among the best to test new data-collecting drones because the storm was strong, had a well-defined eye and never threatened land, U.S. government scientists said Thursday.
Hurricane Edouard was racing towards the East-northeast on Wednesday evening as forecasters say it’s expected to weaken.
The past few days have been relatively dry for the so-called “rainy season,” but we will start to see a better chance of storms late Wednesday afternoon.
Hoping to get a better understanding of why some hurricanes grow into monster storms while others just fade away, federal scientists are launching drones to fly into Hurricane Edouard to see what makes it tick.
Today, September 16th marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Ivan.
Hurricane Edouard formed over the Central Atlantic on Sunday.