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Fiona caused catastrophic flooding, tore apart roads and bridges, and unleashed more than 100 landslides when it hit Puerto Rico last month.
Ian made its 3rd and final landfall Friday afternoon in South Carolina. Strong winds, waves, and heavy rain will continue for parts of the...
He intends to visit Florida as soon as “conditions allow."
One area hospital began assessing the full damage from ferocious winds that tore away parts of its roof and swamped its emergency room.
The devastation inflicted on Florida came into focus a day after Ian struck as a monstrous Category 4 hurricane, one of the strongest storms...
KHOU 11 Meteorologist Chita Craft, photojournalist Ivan Gibson fly into eye of Ian with Hurricane Hunters
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Simply put, storm surge is when the wind from a storm pushes the water onshore.
Ian brought with it sustained winds of near 150 mph as the eye made landfall a little after 3 p.m. Wednesday
Even far from the storm, there are many ways to support disaster relief efforts.
Winds from Hurricane Ian pulled water from Hillsborough River and Tampa bays. Experts warn walking on the exposed bay bed is dangerous.
The Category 4 storm slammed the coast with 150 mph winds and pushed a wall of storm surge accumulated during its slow march over...
‘A very tough week for Florida’ | National Weather Service team in Fort Worth monitoring threat of Hurricane Ian
The dangerous weather system is being closely watched by Brian Hoeth, an emergency response specialist with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
The Texas Gulf Coast Region will send one of their own to Florida ahead of Hurricane Ian's possible landfall later this week.
With tropical storm-force winds extending 115 miles from Ian’s center, damage is expected across a wide area of Florida.
Puerto Rico’s government has said it expects to have a preliminary estimate of the damage Fiona caused in roughly two weeks.
Fuel leaks and other technical problems scrapped the first two tries, in late August and early September.
The dramatic video was captured by an unmanned drone designed to monitor ocean conditions during hurricane season.