Camille brought unthinkable destruction to the Gulf Coast, including 175 mph winds and 24 feet of storm surge.
New Jersey is not ready for the worsening effects of climate change and rising seas, says the state's top environmental official.
Experts at CSU and NOAA decreased the forecast number of named storms from what they initially predicted in earlier outlooks, but they say you should still prepare for an active season.
The sixth named cyclone of the season in the Eastern Pacific is expected to continue strengthening.
Tropical Storm Bonnie has formed in the southwestern Caribbean Sea as it heads for a Friday night landfall in Central America.
A tropical disturbance approaching the southernmost Caribbean islands is likely to become Tropical Storm Bonnie within the next couple of days, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Tropical Storm Alex will continue to move away from the coast with no impact to the US.
Hurricane name lists in the Atlantic are reused every six years — but there is one caveat.
The Atlantic hurricane season starts on June 1. Utilities, government agencies, and organizations on Long Island say they are ready and hope you are, too.
Agatha was the strongest hurricane on record to hit the Pacific coast of Mexico in May, the NHC said.
Agatha is the strongest hurricane on record to hit that coastline in May, NHC says.
The outlook for the 2022 Atlantic Basin season calls for 14 to 21 named storms. Out of all those storms, six to 10 of those are predicted to become hurricanes.
A little more than a week away from the start of the Atlantic hurricane season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration released its outlook for the 2022 season, predicting an above-average number of named storms.
The experts at Colorado State University expect the 2022 Atlantic Basin hurricane season to be another one for the record books.
From Allen to Andrew to Katrina, NOAA Flight Director Jack Parrish has seen the worst hurricanes of the last four decades — and flown through them. Now, with his feet back on the ground, he’s ready for a new perspective.
A new study claims that hurricanes could become more common in mid-latitude regions, like New York City.
The Philippine Coast Guard released a video from Cagayan de Oro showing two crew members in chest-high water pushing a floating plastic tub, which they said had an infant inside. The men wrapped the month-old baby in a blanket and sheltered them with an umbrella.
Residents of the West Orange apartment complex are scrambling to find new places to live after their apartment complex was deemed unsafe as the rocky slope behind it could fall at any time.
New Jersey should drop a plan to double the amount of money it spends on beach replenishment, according to a coalition of environmental and fishing groups. They say that money would be better spent on measures to address repetitive flooding in the northern and central parts of the state.
There will soon be only one name left on the 2021 hurricane list, with two months to go. So what happens if we have more than one additional storm? After last year’s salad of Greek names, there’s a new plan this year, with new names.