Murfreesboro personnel provided search and evacuations in different areas but mostly within Houston along assigned grids.
The 12 airmen from the 118th Wing of the Tennessee are not actually traveling to Texas. Instead, they are utilizing high resolution satellit…
Vanderbilt University is holding a donation drive Wednesday for the victims of Hurricane Harvey.
Meteorologists said Irma could strike the Miami area by early Sunday, then rake the entire length of Florida’s east coast and push into Geor…
A former Tennessee couple who now lives in Palm Beach Garden, Florida, is preparing for Hurricane Irma like thousands of others.
Far more money will be needed once more complete estimates are in this fall, and Harvey could end up exceeding the $110 billion government c…
Hurricane Irma has been described as the strongest Atlantic Ocean hurricane ever recorded.
More than a week after Harvey poured more than 4 feet of rain on Houston, America’s fourth-biggest city is striving to reopen for business.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Irma’s winds would fluctuate, but the storm would likely remain at Category 4 or 5 for the next day …
Travelers should sign up for phone notifications through the airlines so they can receive alerts when there are delays or cancellations.
So why is weather data from a location as far away from the tropics as Nashville so important?
In true Tennessee volunteer spirits, local organizations and departments have been down in Texas for days now to help.
Local travel agencies have been busy trying to calm the fears of their clients who have planned vacations to Islands in the Caribbean.
Many of those deaths confirmed in 11 Texas counties happened when people were caught in quickly rising floodwaters or lost control on water-…
The event will be telecast live at 8 p.m. Eastern on Sept. 12, and on tape delay at 8 p.m. on the West Coast.
People who don’t evacuate will be at “great danger” from storm surge caused by what he called a “monster” hurricane.
The local meteorologists were asked to launch special weather balloons this week in an effort to pinpoint where Irma is headed.
The storm had maximum sustained winds of 130 mph, and the U.S. National Hurricane Center said additional strengthening was expected.
Switching the game to Thursday or Friday is being considered because Irma could threaten South Florida over the weekend.
Where will she go next? When you are talking six or seven or more days out, there’s always uncertainty.