New plans for abandoned hurricane-ravaged amusement park in New Orleans
More than 17 years after a Six Flags park in New Orleans was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, developers believe they can revive the abandoned site with a new project.
Back-to-back hurricanes likely to come more often, simulation finds
Louisiana and Florida residents have already felt it.
New report assesses property risk for millions due to destructive winds from hurricanes over next 30 years
An extensive risk of property damage from future tropical storms and hurricanes is predicted along the Southeast and Gulf coasts.
Strawberry outlook deemed ‘promising’ despite impacts from hurricanes, atmospheric rivers
California and Florida are the top two strawberry-producing states. The Golden State is estimated to produce nearly 90 percent of the crop, and the Sunshine State comes in a distant second at 8 percent.
Twitter changes could disrupt extreme weather alert tweets for millions
The NWS is aware of possible Twitter disruption but said the public should always have multiple means for receiving weather information and alerts.
Black-owned schools founded in the wake of Hurricane Katrina
After Hurricane Katrina, 7,000 employees in New Orleans were terminated, 4,000 of whom were teachers. Of those teachers, roughly 72% were African American.
Has there ever been a tropical storm in February? It happened once, 71 years ago, off East Coast
The only known tropical storm to ever roam the Atlantic Basin in February began its initial stages of development on Groundhog Day 1952.
National Hurricane Center tracking rare January disturbance in Atlantic
A system moving through the Atlantic Ocean far off the coast of the Northeast U.S. on Monday has gotten the attention of forecasters.
Hurricane hunters fly missions to California to study atmospheric river amid powerful storm
It may not be hurricane season, but Air Force and NOAA aircraft are still busy collecting data over the Pacific from November to March.
Biggest news stories of 2022: Supreme Court, Russia-Ukraine top headlines
It was another turbulent year in the U.S. and across the globe.
Giving Tuesday: How you can help donate to recent weather disasters
An estimated 35 million participated in Giving Tuesday last year, with more than $2 billion going to different causes during the holiday season.
Moon rocket launch looms as NASA evaluates hurricane damage
NASA started the countdown Monday for this week’s planned liftoff of its new moon rocket, although hurricane damage could cause yet another delay for the test flight.
Florida beachside homes nearly buried in feet of sand after Hurricane Nicole
In addition to collapsed buildings, eroded beaches, downed trees, and flooded roadways, the power of Hurricane Nicole also pushed up several feet of sand onto the coast, covering some streets and homes in massive amounts of sand.
NASA: Artemis I rocket launch still on, despite minor damage during Hurricane Nicole
While the Artemis I rocket suffered some minor damage while on the launch pad during Hurricane Nicole, NASA said Friday some of that damage had already been repaired – or will be repaired – and should not impact next week's planned launch at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
PHOTOS: Multimillion-dollar Florida homes on brink of collapse after Nicole
Several multi-million dollar homes near the ocean appear to be on the brink of crumbling due to beach erosion caused by Tropical Storm Nicole, which made landfall near Vero Beach as a Category 1 hurricane on Thursday.
Tropical Depression Nicole dumps heavy rain from Georgia to New York
The storm has caused at least three deaths, damaged homes, and could bring up to 8 inches of rain to some areas.
Tropical Storm Nicole lashing Florida with strong winds, heavy rains after landfall
Nicole made landfall along the east coast of Florida as a Category 1 hurricane early Thursday just south of Vero Beach. The system has since downgraded to a tropical storm.
Paths for Hurricanes Ian, Nicole eerily similar to Charley, Jeanne in 2004
The tracks of Charley vs. Ian and Jeanne vs. Nicole are eerily similar.
Nicole whips 100-mph gust at NASA's moon rocket on Kennedy Space Center launch pad
NASA managers decided earlier this week to leave the 322-foot-tall moon rocket and Orion spacecraft on Launch Pad 39B, where it has been since the rollout on Nov. 4.
VIDEO: Building collapses at Daytona Beach Shores as Hurricane Nicole approaches
As Hurricane Nicole makes its way toward Florida, gusty winds and rain are already moving into the area, which has partially collapsed a building alongside the beach.