Severe weather can strike day or night, so knowing these safety tips for overnight severe weather could be the difference between life and death.
Floods are underrated weather hazards that cause widespread destruction, but people can minimize risks by following certain safety measures and investing in flood insurance.
With millions of beachgoers flocking to U.S. shorelines every year, the greatest danger most will face is not lurking beneath the waves, but the water itself.
Hail can cause thousands of dollars of damage to cars left out in the elements during severe storms.
Wildfires can ignite and spread suddenly, as high winds can fan flames, so being prepared to evacuate at a moment's notice could be the key to survival.
Spring’s longer days and stronger sunlight can be enough to make the inside of cars dangerously hot.
A rash and flu-like symptoms may indicate you've contracted Lyme disease.
Millions of acres of land are burned by wildfires every year across the United States, and humans are to blame for many of the blazes.
As temperatures rise in spring following a cold and snowy winter, potholes can become a costly and unwanted roadway headache for motorists.
If you were trapped in rushing floodwaters, it wouldn't matter who extends a hand. You would take it, and hold on with all your might. But how safe is it for a bystander to step in?
Summer means outdoor meals in the hot summer sun for many. However, backyard barbecues and high temperatures make the ideal breeding ground for bacteria in food.
As summer approaches, sun protection becomes a vital part of daily activity.
Leisure activities account for two-thirds of all lightning-related fatalities recorded in the United States each year.
Immediate survival is often the first priority for many people preparing for a severe weather disaster, but looking ahead into the hours and days following the storm is just as important.
After harsh winter conditions finally subside, automotive experts say this time of year is a great opportunity to do some spring cleaning and routine maintenance on your vehicle.