Like many weather phrases, it's often explained poorly or not at all in media. Let's clear up what it is and why you should pay attention if a bomb cyclone is near you in the future.
If you're willing to stay up late this weekend, you can see something pretty neat in the skies over Southwest Florida. The Super Blood Wolf Moon will rise as many are going to bed on Sunday night. Why does this full moon have such a crazy name? It all has
A 2,000 acre controlled burn in Hendry County is lofting the notable smell of smoke and hazy sky conditions over most of Lee County this evening.
Every fall season as temperatures cool across the country, Florida gets to bask in the knowledge that our weather over the next few months will make a lot of people up north pretty jealous.
Even though we've made it past September and the statistical peak of hurricane season, history tells us that October can still be very busy in the tropics--especially for South Florida.
Leslie has continued to strengthen overnight, and as of the 5 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center, Leslie has been upgraded from a tropical storm to a Category 1 Hurricane with winds of 75 miles per hour.
Shelf clouds are not uncommon during stormy weather, and they are one of nature's most ominous cloud formations, especially when viewed from a distance.
Hurricanes and tropical storms, known as tropical cyclones, are moving slower around the planet, according to a new study from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration scientist James Kossin.
It was a long dry season, long enough to keep a most of Southwest Florida in moderate to severe drought just one week ago. My how things have changed!
A 4.6 magnitude earthquake rattled beneath the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday afternoon approximately 160 miles to the southeast of New Orleans, Louisiana.
If you're up late tonight (or early Sunday morning before sunrise) be sure to keep a sharp eye to the sky! The Lyrid meteor shower peaks tonight, with up to 20 meteors visible per hour in prime viewing conditions.
In the wake of a major push of Arctic air over the eastern United States last week, five regions of the country now have snow cover percentages exceeding 90 percent.