Hurricane Season Is Underway, Are You Ready?
Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. You don’t have to live along the Alabama coast to feel the effects of these dangerous storms.
In 2020, both Hurricane Sally and Hurricane Zeta left their mark on Alabama, far away from the beaches. Both storms knocked down trees and power lines. That’s why we all need to be prepared.
Alabama News Network’s team of meteorologists has put together several stories to show you why 2020 was a record-setting year, what types of changes are being made this hurricane season and whether hurricanes can someday be stopped or steered away from land.
From the Weather Authority:
Chief Meteorologist Shane Butler: Complete 2021 hurricane season outlook
Meteorologist Ryan Stinnett: Can hurricanes be stopped?
Meteorologist Ben Lang: Looking back at 2020 hurricane season
Bluewater Meteorologist Rich Thomas: Changes for this hurricane season
When tropical weather threatens Alabama, your Weather Authority team will be live on the air, online, on your phone and inside Thunder Truck to keep you prepared and safe. Keep watching CBS 8 and ABC 32 any time severe weather threatens.