Sandbags meant to hold back water during storms and flooding.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Broward Preps For Tropical Storm Erika

As forecasts show Tropical Storm Erika possibly passing through Broward County, locals are preparing for the worst but hoping for the best.


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Gov. Scott Urges Florida To Prepare For Tropical Storm Erika

Ahead of a possible hit by Tropical Storm Erika in Florida, Governor Rick Scott briefed the public on Thursday morning.


Sandbags meant to hold back water during storms and flooding.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Hollywood Offers Sandbags Ahead Of Erika

The city of Hollywood is offering residents free sandbags as Tropical Storm Erika may hit Florida next week.


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Florida Emergency Ops Center Preps For Erika

Florida’s State of Emergency Operations Center is now partially activated ahead of Tropical Storm Erika possibly hitting the state.


June 6, 2013:   In this handout infrared satellite image provided by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) showing the overshooting cloud tops (colored dark orange) associated with the most intense areas of convection, and threat for tornadoes, Tropical Storm Andrea, the first named storm of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season, intensifies June 6, 2013 in the Gulf of Mexico. The storm is expected to make landfall later today near Steinhatchee, Florida.  (Photo by: NOAA via Getty Images)

NOAA Updated Outlook: 90% Chance Of Below-Normal Season

The updated outlook for the 2015 hurricane season, which started June 1, calls for 90 percent probability of below-normal season.


A picture of the sun over South Florida. (Source: CBS4)

Broward Urges Residents To Conserve Water As Drought Persists

The drier-than-normal rainy season has taken its toll on South Florida—and now officials in Broward are urging residents to conserve water.


Tropical Storm Claudette 7/13/15. 1 PM. (Source:

Tropical Storm Claudette Forms Off The Mid-Atlantic Coast

Claudette, the third storm of the 2015 hurricane season, has formed in the Atlantic.


Cuba is a country of 11 million people, with over 2 million living in the city of Havana.  In some ways, it's a city captured in time with cars from a half century ago with even an occasional bicycle carriage. But in other ways, it's a city that's had to keep up with weather technology. (Source: CBS4)

Cuba, S.Fla. Weather Knows No Boundaries

Hurricanes are a way of life in South Florida and for our neighbors in Cuba.


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National Hurricane Center, FIU Launch Spanish Hurricane Site

Florida International University and the National Hurricane Center are launching a new, Spanish-language website for hurricane preparation.


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A Deeper Look Into How Cuba Deals With Weather

With the kick off of summer, CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer made his way down to the Caribbean.