Recovery from Hurricane Idalia continues in South Georgia after the storm brought heavy rain and winds up to 90 mph. For some, recovery is about maintaining perspective.
A Lowndes County man was killed Wednesday clearing storm felled trees from a roadway, one of the dangers of Hurricane Idalia even after it has passed.
Thousands are without power Thursday morning and many schools are closed after Idalia barreled through Georgia Wednesday.
The conservative Georgia Freedom Caucus is holding a press conference next week to call for a special session of the legislature.
Hurricane Idalia is expected to make landfall in Florida early Wednesday and bring hurricane and tropical storm conditions to South Georgia Wednesday before heading up the coast of the Carolinas. Visit GPB.org/Storms to make sure you're prepared for this weather event.
Tropical Storm watches and areas of flash and urban flooding, some of which may be locally significant, are expected across Southern Georgia through Wednesday, spreading into portions of the eastern Carolinas Wednesday into Thursday.
With Tropical Storm Idalia expected to impact Coastal Georgia Wednesday, it’s a good time to review where the best local information on tropical weather and emergency planning resides.
Forecasters warn of the possibility of dangerous storm surges caused by Idalia and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has suggested that some residents in coastal areas may have to evacuate.
Tropical Storm Idalia is currently forecast to make landfall as a Category 3 hurricane along the Florida Big Bend on Wednesday morning before moving across South Georgia.
A high heat index makes temps in the mid-90s feel hotter. Here's what to know for the weekend.
Dangerously hot conditions with heat index values up to 111 are expected across the state.
Thousands of people hunkered down Sunday, seeking shelter from a powerful storm that slammed into the coast of Myanmar, tearing the roofs off buildings and killing at least three people.
New data from Climate Central shows that storms causing billions of dollars worth of damage are on the rise.
In Augusta, where temps will range from 55 to 86 degrees, Easter weekend golf patrons may need to pack their parasols with their bonnets.
Several lines of storms and at least one tornado moved through the state Friday through Monday. Gov. Brian Kemp declared a state of emergency as counties assessed damages and injuries.
Devastating accounts of utter destruction, incredible survival and tragic deaths followed Friday's twister that killed at least 25 in Mississippi and one in Alabama as it surged nearly 170 miles across the Deep South.
The natural temporary weather phenomenon La Nina is gone and that's good news for a disaster-weary Southeast. Weather disasters generally but not specifically connected to La Nina repeatedly smacked the region during the three years it lasted.