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Starting August 2, the National Weather Service says it will add a "damage threat" category to severe thunderstorm warnings.
Wouldn't it be great if hurricanes could be stopped or steered away from land?
Alabama News Network is working to get you prepared for the 2021 hurricane season. But we also want to remind you of last year's record-setting year for tropical weather.
Changes are coming to the 2021 hurricane season. Bluewater Meteorologist Rich Thomas outlines what is different this year.
The 2021 hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. We have a complete outlook on what to expect this year.
Lightning is a frequent part of severe weather, even routine summer thunderstorms. But myths about lightning are as common as seeing the bolts in the sky. As part of Severe Weather Awareness…
As part of Severe Weather Awareness Week, Alabama News Network is remembering the deadly April 27, 2011, tornadoes with the help of Bluewater Meteorologist Rich Thomas. It…
This is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Alabama. As part of that, Alabama News Network wants to make sure you're always prepared for severe weather. Weather Authority Meteorologist Ryan Stinnett shows you…
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the way we prepare for severe weather. We saw changes to tornado shelters and Alabama EMA officials say there will be even more changes for hurricane season.…
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