As you make your plans for this weekend keep in mind of several construction zones that could cause you some delays.
There may be fewer hurricanes this season, thanks in part to the weather phenomenon known as El Niño. Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Gene N…
Hurricane season begins June 1st. On Thursday we'll find out what the National Hurricane Center expects for the 2014 season.
Take a look at the Storm Track Weather Center, where the WIAT 42 Storm Trackers will work to bring you weather coverage you can count on!
As severe weather season approaches, it’s important to stay prepared. One thing that is highly useful in times of severe weather is a weathe…
Thirteen more Alabama counties are qualifying for federal assistance due to the storms, tornadoes and flooding that hit the state in late Ap…
You can blame extreme weather on climate change. That's the finding of a new federal scientific report released by the White House.
Pollen levels will be in the medium to high range on Monday, before a dipping a bit on Tuesday.
The Meteoroligist-in-Charge at the National Weather Service stopped by CBS42 on Monday morning to discuss a number of topics, including seve…
The good news is weather technology has never been better.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham counted 18 tornadoes, including four in Jefferson County.
A look at the tornado that was in Hamilton, Alabama on Monday, April 28th.
Now that you have your weather radio back up and running, it’s time to make sure everything else is ready to go as well.
If you live in a mobile home, you need to know where you will go if you need to leave due to severe weather.
A state agency has raised the death toll from a huge tornado that cut a sporadic 80-mile path through central Arkansas to 16.