Is the USGS going prepper in September? The dates set aside for National Preparedness remind us we need to be aware of the threats natural hazards pose.
Groups and individuals are coming together to help others after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. What inspires people to give during natural disasters?
As Hurricane Sandy covers the East Coast, weather radar continues to provide information about the path of the storm. Sandy, now a post-tropical storm, below the range of Hurricane Category One.
Where’s Hurricane Sandy Now? Storm trackers are watching the progress and development of the super storm that is poised to strike the U.S. East Coast.
Hurricane Sandy is only a Category 1 storm, but merging with a cold front means that the weather aiming for the East Coast is severe and wide-reaching.
Hot Towers indicate Hurricane Sandy could get worse; merging with other storm cells could create a Super Storm as Sandy heads for the East Coast of the U.S.