AccuWeather's exclusive Enhanced Infrared Satellite takes the last several dozen levels of white from the Standard Infrared image and translates them to eye-catching colors so the strongest storms easily stand out. This "raw" satellite image also allows the user to see more detail than the Standard Infrared, as well as land and sea surface temperatures.
One of the most damaging natural disasters to hit the U.S., Hurricane Katrina battered areas along the Gulf Coast. Take a look at five scenes from the immediate aftermath to years later as the region worked to recover.Read Story >
On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina left the city of New Orleans in ruin and turmoil. Since that fateful day, no area of the city has seen its struggle become more closely associated with Katrina’s wrath than the Lower Ninth Ward.Read Story >