'Why didn’t you evacuate?': Expert explains why fleeing Florence’s wrath wasn’t a privilege everyone could afford
Of the more than one million people ordered to evacuate before Hurricane Florence's arrival on the eastern United… More
Flooding from Florence is far from over and the worst may be yet to come for some unprotected communities along the… More
Hurricane Florence hammered the Carolinas with damaging winds, storm surge and catastrophic flooding; now charities and… More
Some communities in North Carolina are now faced with rising floodwaters and potential dam failures in Florence’s wake. More
Knowing if you live in an evacuation zone and being aware of evacuation routes ahead of time is critical in the event… More
FLZ016-017-182145- Gadsden FL-Leon FL- 518 PM EDT TUE SEP 18 2018 ...SIGNIFICANT WEATHER ADVISORY FOR SOUTH CENTRAL GADSDEN AND WEST CENTRAL LEON COUNTIES UNTIL 545 PM EDT... At 518 PM EDT, Doppler radar was tracking a strong thunderstorm 9 miles south of Quincy, moving northeast at 20 mph. Winds in excess of 40 mph will be possible with this storm. … More
AccuWeather's founder and president denounces “inaccurate information” about Hurricane Florence's economic impacts, while the company predicts the total economic toll from Florence to be $50-60 billion.
Knowing if you live in an evacuation zone and being aware of evacuation routes ahead of time is critical in the event that a mandatory evacuation order is issued for your area.
The northeastern United States will be in the middle of an atmospheric battle zone into the end of September as waves of cool air begin to push out of Canada while tropical air fights back.
Local nonprofits seek to counteract the decrease of tinglar turtle nests, which is associated with the effects of erosion on the island's coasts.