The National Weather Service released a beach hazard statement for the coast between Sonoma to Monterey counties for Wednesday through Thursday at 8 p.m.
Hurricane Jose is on its way toward NYC—early this morning, the National Weather Service noted the Category 1 hurricane was approximately 360 miles south-southeast of the city and predicted Jose would make its way southeast of the area late tonight into Wednesday. Show More Summary
Hurricane Harvey’s landfall in Texas was “unprecedented” and “beyond anything experienced,” as the National Weather Service described it late last month. Now scientists are beginning to quantify just how unprecedented it was. A study released...Show More Summary
A waterspout has been observed over Lake Tahoe amid severe weather that led to a tornado warning for several northeastern California counties and Carson City in western Nevada. The Reno office of the National Weather Service said the waterspout made contact with the lake at 4:27 p.m. Wednesday,...
Lightning hit the Bay Area and other parts of Northern California ahead of thunderstorms expected to roll into the region Wednesday morning, forecasters said. The National Weather Service counted 1,700 lightning flashes between 2:30 a.m. Show More Summary
A cooling trend will get underway in the Southland today, sending temperatures between 5 and 10 degrees below normal, National Weather Service forecasters said.
by Sydney Brownstone Lake Washington may not look like this again for a while. Kelly O Hello, It Is Officially Cold Now: The National Weather Service says that this summer's record-breaking heat has come to an end. We probably won'tShow More Summary
WASHINGTON — It’s that season again. An ominous swirl forms in the Atlantic, citizens batten down or evacuate, TV weather reporters put on rain slickers and, as predictably as National Weather Service bulletins, some End-Times pastors and other provocateurs on the right attribute the storm to a wrathful God’s vengeance on liberals. The storm surge [...]Show More Summary
The National Weather Service reported that a crane has collapsed in Miami as strong wind from Hurricane Irma blows in. The weather service’s Miami office said in a Tweet that one of its employees witnessed the crane boom and counterweight collapse in downtown Miami. Show More Summary
Update 12:45 P.M.: The National Weather Service has issued a storm surge warning for what is essentially the entire coast of Florida, the coast of Georgia, and part of the coast of South Carolina. The Miami Herald reports “flooding in...Show More Summary
Parts of Southern California experienced a lightning show Saturday night as thunderstorms moved through. The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for parts of northern Los Angeles County, saying hail and damaging 60 mph wind gusts were possible. Officials also said localized...
Thunderstorms could cause flash flooding across California on Sunday, including in recent burn areas in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch, saying more than an inch of rain per hour could fall during downpours starting...
Hurricane Irma has hit Cuba as a Category 5 hurricane, and is expected to sweep into Key West at daybreak tomorrow according to the National Weather Service. [ more › ]
The National Weather Service in Key West said wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph could be felt in southern Florida and the Keys
Source: National Weather Service I was doing a quick search for information on the United State's worst ever natural disaster, and found almost immediately that today is the anniversary of that event. That might sound a bit strange, since the media is describing the devastation of Hurricane Harvey as the worst U.S. Show More Summary
Friday, the National Weather Service (NWS) tweeted a warning in all-caps urging all residents of the Florida Keys to evacuate before Hurricane Irma makes formal landfall. The NWS tweet was dire and dramatic and insinuated the inevitable...Show More Summary
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: “NOWHERE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS WILL BE SAFE.” THIS IS AS REAL AS IT GETS NOWHERE IN THE FLORIDA KEYS WILL BE SAFE YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO EVACUATE Please RT. #Irma pic.twitter.com/VWLMEDWoUs — NWS Key West (@NWSKeyWest) September 8, 2017
Dire warnings increased on the awesome scale and power of Hurricane Irma as south Florida evacuated. “This is as real as it gets,” the National Weather Service tweeted — in all caps. “Nowhere in the Keys will be safe.” The Atlantic basin generated more Accumulated...
Catastrophic, life-threatening, extremely dangerous. Scary? Forecasters hope so. The National Weather Service are using as fearful words as they can, on purpose, to warn people about Hurricane Irma and shock … Click to Continue »
"... but the National Weather Service just calls her Katya."