Climate change is causing hurricanes to get more powerful and dangerous. Scientists weigh in on what that means for forecasts, emergency officials and you.
El Niño is coming, which usually means fewer storms. But abnormally warm ocean water makes hurricanes more likely. It's a rare situation
The Atlantic hurricane season has not officially started but the National Hurricane Center has already identified the first subtropical cyclone of 2023 — and it formed months ago.
Hurricane Ian managed to move Tybee Island's beach shoreline 30 feet inland, according to the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.
"Things are all upside-down," making it hard for hurricanes to form, an expert says. But experts warn not to assume there's less risk just because the first months of hurricane season have been calm.
UGA Skidaway Institute scientists improve hurricane forecasts with autonomous vehicles above and below the sea surface.
Three former Washington County sheriff's deputies whose murder trial ended in a hung jury last October may be tried again.
NOAA updated its hurricane season outlook.
As Georgia students return to class, some are having a hard time getting to school.
Hurricane season begin June 1 and counties in Southwest Georgia are getting prepared. Forecasters with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration say the upcoming season could be above average with 14 to 21 named storms.
At least nine hurricanes are predicted by researchers at Colorado State University. Four of those are expected to be Category 3 or higher.
Tropical Storm Fred is moving across the region and weather scientists warn the public to be prepared for potential flooding and high winds.
Coastal regions can brace for more intense, wetter and windier tropical storms in a warming world.
More people have died from unsafe use of generators after hurricanes than storm surge since 2017. The National Hurricane Center wants to focus attention on generator safety.
For the seventh year in a row, there has been a named storm before the official start of the hurricane season, June 1.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting an above-average hurricane season for 2021, forecasting 13 to 20 named storms.
Forecasters used nine Greek letters to name the final storms of last year's Atlantic hurricane season. This year, the National Hurricane Center has a new plan.