On the latest edition of "AccuWeather LIVE," we discussed when hurricane season would ramp up.
To kick things off, Mark Mancuso showed the massive Saharan air layer traveling over the Atlantic Ocean. The stunning video illustrated Saharan dust pushing from east to west across the tropical Atlantic Ocean during hurricane season. Violeta Yas explained what this means for hurricane development.
Justin Povick then presented the projected weekend forecast. Following Povick's presentation, Adrienne Green focused on potential tropical developments.
Wrapping up Shark Week, Jim Dickey checked in with Greg Skomal, a shark specialist from the Massachusetts Marine Fisheries. They chatted about the increase in seal population in New England and what that means for the shark population in the area.
For further coverage on Shark Week, we talked about whether the odds of shark attacks are higher or if the media is paying closer attention. Andrew Baglini also discussed this year's shark attacks.
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A slow-moving storm will cause travel disruption for days from Italy into the Balkan Peninsula.
Luego del caótico intento de evacuación por la amenaza del huracán Irma, el gobernador de la Florida anunció una serie de estrategias que buscan agilizar el proceso y maximizar el almacenaje de suministros frente a emergencias futuras.
After leaving destruction from Samoa to Tonga, Gita brought more damage as it hit New Zealand on Tuesday.
Stargazers have a new object to look for as a disco ball-shaped satellite shimmers in the night sky.
An upcoming change for early March will bring a return of colder weather, but will it yield bigger storms for the northeastern United States?
America’s fleet of weather satellites will grow this March as NASA and NOAA launch GOES-S, the newest satellite that will help meteorologists to improve forecast accuracy.
Fears of gusty winds around PyeongChang, South Korea, on Friday prompted officials to adjust schedules once again.
A recent study shows that virtually all United States-based winter recreation locations could experience shorter ski seasons by 2050.