Tags » National Weather Service

Swimmers, Surfers Warned As High Surf Pounds SoCal

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Large surf is expected along much of the Southern California coast and beachgoers are warned of dangerous waves and rip currents. 81 more words

News

Authorities confirm an EF-1 tornado touched down in Cullman on Saturday

CULLMAN, Ala. (WIAT) — The National Weather Service and the Cullman County EMA have confirmed an EF-1 tornado touched down in parts of Cullman County on Saturday. 268 more words

Tornado

'Unseasonably' Hot Conditions Expected; Officials Warn of Dangerous Surf, Tides at O.C. Beaches

“Unseasonably” hot conditions were in the forecast Saturday and a beach hazard statement is in effect along the Orange County coast through Sunday evening, according to the National Weather Service. 207 more words

Local News

Introducing Heat Risk: What it means to you

The top weather-related killer in the United States? Heat.

In order to better address dangerous heat and allow you to prepare for upcoming heat events, the National Weather Service (NWS) has developed the HeatRisk forecast. 84 more words

Weather

First depression of season turns fully tropical, what it means

The National Hurricane Center identified Subtropical Depression One on Wednesday expecting a short-lived system in the far off Central Atlantic.

But in a twist, the system turned fully tropical today with a more symmetric grouping of thunderstorms and 35 mph winds – four miles below tropical storm status. 285 more words

News

First depression of season turns fully tropical, what it means

The National Hurricane Center identified Subtropical Depression One on Wednesday expecting a short-lived system in the far off Central Atlantic.

But in a twist, the system turned fully tropical today with a more symmetric grouping of thunderstorms and 35 mph winds – four miles below tropical storm status. 285 more words

News

First depression of season turns fully tropical, what it means

The National Hurricane Center identified Subtropical Depression One on Wednesday expecting a short-lived system in the far off Central Atlantic.

But in a twist, the system turned fully tropical today with a more symmetric grouping of thunderstorms and 35 mph winds – four miles below tropical storm status. 285 more words

News