Forecasters at a benchmark hurricane research program predict there will be four major cyclones in the Atlantic basin in 2021, or storms that reach Category 3 or higher.
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For those of us living along South Carolina's coast, the 2020 hurricane season might soon fade from our collective memory: Not only was the st…
The 2020 hurricane season is coming to a close, but it's one for the record books — leaving prior benchmarks far behind in the statistics-heavy field of tropical meteorology.
Most of us are familiar with hurricanes that chug through the Atlantic, batter islands in the Caribbean and slam into the East Coast or Gulf C…
Hurricane Zeta, a cyclone that landed on the northern Gulf Coast as a Category 2 storm Wednesday, marked the record-tying blow for the most st…
Seven weeks remain in the 2020 hurricane season, but people shouldn't let their guards down, yet.
Hurricane Paulette managed to reanimate after falling apart in September, but it's not the first time a "zombie" tropical cyclone has re-formed.
Hurricane Sally lumbered ashore near the Florida-Alabama line Wednesday with 105 mph winds and rain measured in feet, not inches, swamping homes and trapping people in high water as it crept inland for what could be a long, slow and disastrous drenching across the Deep South.
Hurricane Laura pounded the Gulf Coast with ferocious wind and torrential rain Thursday and unleashed a wall of seawater that could push 40 miles inland as the Category 4 storm roared ashore in Louisiana near the Texas border. At least four people were killed.
After being closed to dine-in traffic for 55 days, the prospect of closing for another three or four days suddenly doesn’t seem that bad.