As the nation is gripped by freezing cold temperatures, South Florida watches from the warmer sidelines

Fort Lauderdale Beach with Electronic Message Board on a hot and sunny day – Shutterstock – Image by Alan Budman If you’ve taken a step outside of Florida’s state lines over the past week, chances are the roads were laden with snow and ice. Practically every state in the U.S. that is not Florida looked

Statewide tornado drill for Florida to take place Feb. 3 for Severe Weather Awareness Week

Courtesy: City of Tallahassee Hurricanes pose the largest natural disaster threat to our beautiful state for roughly half of the year. Officially speaking, hurricane season runs from June 1 through the end of November, but it doesn’t mean they are limited to just that period of time. Luckily, we can plan for a hurricane and

Winter Is Coming: Temperatures To Reach As Low As The 30s In Some Parts Of The State

Courtesy: Image by Tumisu from Pixabay A welcoming gift for the winter season or parting gift for getting through the hurricane season, who knows, but Florida: it’s time to bring out those coats and boots that you bring out once a year for sub-70 degree temps. As we say farewell to the stormy season, winter

South Florida is out of the eye of the storm, but sees record rainfall and flood warnings

Courtesy: National Weather Service Tropical Storm Eta made landfall in the central part of the Florida Keys late Sunday night, bringing heavy rains and strong wind gusts throughout the night and much of the early morning announced the National Hurricane Center. The 28th named storm of this year’s busy hurricane season entered Lower Matecumbe Key