Tropical Disturbance Near Leeward Islands Not Expected To Impact FloridaA late season tropical disturbance located east of the Northern Leeward Islands is expected to move west northwest in the coming days.
Why Did Hurricane Michael Strengthen So Quickly?The process of hurricane intensification is not completely understood and forecasting when and how much a storm will strengthen is still a difficult challenge.
How Red Tide Is Making It's Way From Florida's Gulf Coast To The Eastern ShoresRed Tide has been present in the eastern Gulf of Mexico and at times, along Florida’s west coast.
4 Outdoor: Boat Tie Up Safety TipsIn this week’s edition of 4 Outdoor, CBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer talks about important safety tips when it comes to tying up a boat to a dock.
4 Outdoor: Important Safety Tips From Miami-Dade Fire Rescue While BoatingIt’s definitely not boating weather this holiday weekend but that's all the more reason to follow important boat safety tips when you do take the boat out on the water.
4 Outdoor: Hurricane Preparedness Is Key For Boaters Before Storms ThreatenSouth Florida is a world-wide boating destination but as we head into the start of hurricane season soon, boaters need to be prepared.
Early Season Disturbance To Bring Rain, Not Expected To DevelopThe first Tropical Outlook of the year has been issued by the National Hurricane Center for this weekend's rainmaker.
4 Outdoor: Marine GPS Is Critical Piece Of Boating EquipmentCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer says having a marine GPS on board your boat is a critical piece of equipment for the safety of everyone on board.
Forecasters Watching Early Season 'Disturbance' In AtlanticAn area of disorganized thunderstorms continues in the southwest Atlantic to the east of the Bahamas and is slowly drifting toward Florida.
4 Outdoor: Boating Essentials To Bring Before Leaving The DockCBS4 Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer takes a look at what to have on the boat before you head out for a day on the water.
National Weather Service Gives Miami Approximate Start Date For Rainy SeasonFor as long as anyone can remember, rainy season begins in South Florida when the typical morning or afternoon rains come just about every day.
4 Outdoor: Rules Of The Road For Boating SafetyJust like South Florida’s congested roads and highways, there are rules of the road for boats. Here's Craig Setzer's 4 Outdoors.