Ever wonder how the names on the list for naming hurricanes are selected?
If you suffer with seasonal allergies, the weather can relieve or worsen your symptoms. Marja Martinez has the details.
Florida is known to hold the title for the lightning capitol of the United States.
The Atlantic Basin typically reaches its peak in tropical activity during the first few weeks of September, specifically around Sept. 10.
Different surfaces, such as green grass, black asphalt and many more, absorb and radiate heat differently.
Heat stroke is extremely dangerous. It can lead to death within hours and even within minutes.
A cooler-than-average phase in the equatorial Pacific is referred to as "La Nina" while a warmer- than-average phase is called "El Nino."
Sept. 10 ushers in the peak of hurricane season, which runs through mid-October.
From Hurricane Ike, which is so far the longest-living hurricane, to Hurricane Wilma, the most intense Hurricane on record, billions of dollars were spent to recover from the damage.
Damaging winds, flooding rain and destructive storm surges are just a few of the factors that make a hurricane very dangerous as the center makes landfall.
As the Northern Hemisphere enters the last month of meteorological summer, the tropics typically start to ramp up with development.
Counterintuitively to some, the eye represents an area of the hurricane where there is little to no precipitation, the sun or stars can be visible for a time, and the winds are light.
The Gulf Stream is an intense and very warm current that originates in the Gulf of Mexico, zooms around east coast of Florida and flows northward along the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S., ultimately clashing with the cold waters of the North Atlantic.
With a rapidly growing U.S. population in areas that are prone to wildfires, it is becoming increasingly important to understand the wildfire season.
Urban areas may have a higher temperature than a rural area due to the structure of a city.
A haboob is an intense dust storm that occurs during monsoon season.
Haboobs are characterized by a wall of blowing dust and dirt that typically form from the outflow of a strong shower or thunderstorm.
On July 10, Death Valley will be celebrating 100 years since breaking the world record for the hottest temperature recorded.
Determining whether or not Sandy was a hurricane or post-tropical system had big implications on which branch of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) would issue watches and warnings.
Wind shear is most prevalent in the high latitudes as well as close to the jet stream; however, this shear plays a crucial role in the tropics as well.