As severe weather ravages the region, 43 million people across the South are at risk

Truck driving through severe weather conditions – Courtesy: Image by David Mark from Pixabay As storms hit the Lower Mississippi Valley and central Gulf Coast states Sunday night, 43 million people in the southern United States are at danger for severe weather, which could include heavy rain, hail, and damaging winds. In the lower Mississippi

Weather Alert: Hurricane Earl grows stronger and could bring alarming rip currents to Florida beaches

Hurricane Earl affecting Florida beaches like the one pictured – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Holly Mazour The National Hurricane Center is currently tracking three systems in the Atlantic, including Hurricane Earl, which could affect the Sunshine State’s beaches this upcoming weekend. Earl has grown significantly and was expected to intensify even more by Friday.

What is that smell? Central Florida’s coast is covered in tons of foul seaweed

Stinky Seaweed Covering Florida – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by nomis_h If you’re looking to visit the beach soon, you may encounter a foul stench and sand that is covered in brown seaweed. Sargassum, a type of seaweed, is arriving in record quantities this year on the coast of Central Florida, according to researchers, and