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.
The most recent hurricane to make landfall in Georgia was Hurricane Michael in October 2018. Farms in Georgia lost billions of dollars after top crops were ravaged by the storm.
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.
Hurricane Hilary continues her march toward Baja California, and people on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border are getting ready for projected heavy rains and flooding.
Hurricane Hilary will make landfall in Baja California this weekend before weakening to a tropical storm. But torrential rain could cause dangerous flooding in Southern California and inland.
Late Tuesday night, a tropical storm watch was in effect in Barbados, St. Lucia, Martinique and Dominica. More advisories could begin rolling in for the Lesser Antilles islands.
Tropical Storm Nicole is forcing people from their homes in the Bahamas and it threatens to grow into a rare November hurricane in Florida on Wednesday.
Nicole has strengthened to a tropical storm as it churns toward the northwestern Bahamas and Florida's Atlantic coastline. A range of warnings and watches remained in place Tuesday throughout the region.
Rescue crews are wading through water and using boats to rescue Florida residents stranded in the wake of Hurricane Ian. Gov. Ron DeSantis said the U.S. Coast Guard began rescue operations around daybreak.
Forecasters say Tropical Storm Ian has strengthened into a hurricane as it moves closer to Cuba on a track expected to hit Florida in the coming days. Authorities in Cuba are planning evacuations.
Watches and warnings are in place across the Caribbean, as Hurricane Fiona has passed through Puerto Rico and is expected to make landfall in the Dominican Republic Monday.
Parts of Southern California were lashed by severe winds from a tropical storm Friday that brought high humidity, rain and possible flooding after a heat wave.
Nicholas could strengthen into a hurricane before making landfall Monday. The storm will trigger "considerable flash and urban flooding," the National Hurricane Center says.
Heavy rain could start late Sunday and run through at least Tuesday, causing flooding, high winds and deadly storm surge.
The rapidly expanding storm struck Western Cuba and is expected to hit Louisiana on Sunday as a major hurricane.