Featured by Dennis Mersereau
The 2018 hurricane season was full of extremes. Here’s what we expect in 2019.
Both the Atlantic and Pacific areas saw a record number and intensity of storms.
The 2018 hurricane season taught us some important lessons—so let’s not forget them
Five things we should remember from this season's destruction.
Florence and Michael might be retired from the Hurricane naming book
Meteorologists routinely retire names of severely devastating storms.
A super typhoon of historic proportions just cut thousands of U.S. citizens off from the world
Yutu slammed the territory with 180 MPH winds.
Hurricane Willa’s explosive intensification is the latest twist in a record-breaking season
It's been a wild year for the Pacific.
When flying into a hurricane won’t work, meteorologists use these high-tech alternatives
Satellites provide a safe and accurate alternative.
This could be the fiercest Pacific hurricane season ever
The storms are far from over.
There is simply no precedent for Hurricane Michael
It just hit the Florida Panhandle with 155 MPH winds.
Hurricane forecasts can be confusing—here’s a helpful glossary
All the terms you need to know to stay ahead of the storm.
Hurricane Michael is slamming into Florida as a devastating category 4
An unpleasant surprise for the region.