Hurricane Sandy, barreling toward the northeast Monday, has caused thousands of flight delays and cancellations around the country including in South Florida.
While the worst of Hurricane Sandy rain and wind wise hit South Florida on Friday afternoon, it left behind a wet mess for some coastal cities.
Hurricane Sandy could bring life-threatening storm surge flood to the Mid-Atlantic Coast including Long Island and New York Harbor.
Hurricane Sandy continues tracking northeast, away from the coastal U.S., but don’t be fooled.
Hurricane Sandy has weakened to a minimal hurricane and warnings for Florida have been scaled back.
Even though Hurricane Sandy is hundreds of miles away from South Florida, it is definitely making its presence known.
Hurricane Sandy has weakened to a category one storm as it moves over the central Bahamas.
As Hurricane Sandy leaves northeastern Cuba and heads toward the Central Bahamas, its rains and winds are causing flight cancelations here in South Florida.
South Florida is in for a couple of wet and windy days due to the outer rain bands associated with Hurricane Sandy to our Southeast.
Coastal South Florida and parts of the Florida Keys are now under a Tropical Storm Warning as Hurricane Sandy begins to move away from Jamaica.