The Alabama Department of Public Safety and the Alabama Department of Transportation are urging drivers to stay off the roads during the app…
Greg Carbin, the warning coordination meteorologist with the Storm Prediction Center talks about this year’s “low” number of tornadoes.
A powerful tornado gets a new designation, surprising many.
Red Cross leader from the Miss. Gulf coast is now in Birmingham.
New research suggests a preferred direction for tornadoes – uphill.
CBS42’s Katie Muse breaks down the rules on the road for school bus stop laws.
Click on the video to see 12 years’ worth of weather in 3 minutes!
Heatstroke deaths are completely preventable, and everyone in the community has roles to play in protecting our children.
The National Weather Service (NWS) has a risk level established for different rip currents – low, moderate and high.
According to the National Weather and Atmospheric Administration, more Alabamians die from lightning that tornadoes and hurricanes.
Find out how early season storm activity relates to the whole season
Scientists converge in rural Alabama to study air quality and climate