As the hurricane brought rough surf to Ocean City, Md., one reporter tasted Irene’s fury.
Yes, some people have jobs coming up with names for hurricanes. Easy? Not exactly.
Astronauts say the hurricane looks “scary” even from space. Just imagine the punch she’ll pack on the ground.
You’ve seen Hurricane Irene’s path predicted on maps: lime green states, electric blue water and a white upside-down teardrop running smack into North Carolina. But hurricanes are fickle and go where they will, so how do weather …
As you prepare the rain gears and stock up on emergency food and water, don’t forget get your smartphones out. A little bit of tech savvy can help keep you safe.
The Weather Channel is reporting in no uncertain terms that Hurricane Irene will be historically big, the likes of which have rarely been seen in metropolitan areas from North Carolina up to New England.
Chileans can’t seem to catch a break these days.
Amid the destruction and devastation that has followed the severe tornadoes sweeping across the country, there’s one touching survivor tail worth celebrating — and it wags. (See what we did there?)
A Facebook page set up last Thursday helps citizens recover pictures and other memorable items lost in last week’s tornadoes.
As residents begin the daunting task of cleanup after the storm destruction, here are some ways you can help from wherever you are.
Sure, it looks too good to be true. But it’s also too good to look away.