COWETA, Okla. (AP) — Severe storms brought suspected tornadoes and baseball-sized hail to parts of Oklahoma, but there were no reports Monday of deaths or injuries.
NEW YORK — New York City is planning to hire a private weather forecaster, install more drainage features and issue earlier and more aggressive warnings to residents under a new plan to respond to heavy rainfall like the deadly deluge Hurricane Ida dropped on the city earlier this month.
After widespread overnight rain of 2-6 inches in and around the Roanoke and New River valleys, there will be more showery rain during the day …
There are two important components of hurricane forecasting: the hurricane track (where it is going) and intensity (how and if its winds are increasing).
When hurricanes make landfall, they can spawn tornadoes.
A hurricane-turned-nor'easter in 2009 named Ida had was far more impactful for our region and Virginia's coasts than the recent Ida.
Recent cool mornings and warm but not humid afternoons may have us thinking fall, but summer hasn't given up its ghost yet.
Short-lived EF-1 tornadoes were confirmed near I-81 southeast of Radford and near Merrimac. It is unclear if a funnel cloud sighted near Virginia Tech touched down.
Only a few more showers blowing through into evening after 1-3 inches of rain north and west of Roanoke and along Blue Ridge to south.
It took just a few minutes for a somewhat vague risk of tornadoes with Hurricane Ida’s remnants to become a frantic tornado emergency for the …
Western Virginia appears poised to get heavy rain from Ida, with the heaviest amounts to the north and west of Roanoke and potentially also in a narrow strip along the Blue Ridge to the south where 2-4 inches are expected.
Meteorological summer may have saved its hottest week for last in the Roanoke area.
Before leaving the nation’s capital, the Storm stopped by the White House on Monday, marking a return to normalcy when sports teams regularly received invitations to celebrate championships and their athletic achievements.
Flooding, storms and extreme heat will worsen in coastal Virginia throughout the rest of the century — and the consequences stretch across the commonwealth, according to a new report commissioned by state lawmakers.