potent but slow-moving hurricane frances snapped power lines and whipped the atlantic coast with winds over 90 mph saturday knocking out electricity for about 2 million customers and forcing
tropical storm irma is gradually losing its strength as it sloshes through northern florida with the national hurricane center discontinuing four storm surge and tropical storm warnings.
cbs/ap tampa fla. - practically parked off florida's gulf coast since the weekend tropical storm debby raked the tampa bay area with high wind and heavy rain monday in a drenching that could
at a wal-mart super center in west palm beach a full parking lot was a sign of the bustling activity inside where people bought large plastic trash bags wet and dry vacuums and large plastic
about 1500 people gathered at a wal-mart in palm beach county while up the coast in fort pierce hundreds of people stood in a line with buckets and ice chests on a sunny steamy afternoon.
several counties including palm beach and st. lucie - two of the hardest hit by jeanne's winds and rain - planned to open distribution sites monday morning but the plans were contingent on water
miami beach mayor in his office as hurricane irma lashes florida streets had emptied across the bottom half of the florida peninsula and some 127000 people were huddled in shelters.
at the century village retirement community in west palm beach roof repairs were recently completed after it was hit by hurricanes jeanne and frances last year.
buchanan's belle fontaine beach miss. home was heavily damaged by hurricane georges which tore through the caribbean the florida keys and the gulf coast in 1998. since then he has installed
floridians begin to pick up pieces. by christine lagorio october 25 2005 / 10:49 am / cbs/ap beginning an agonizing all-too-familiar process floridians lined up for generators chain saws and
hurricane dennis slammed cuba's southern coast with 135 mph winds friday before slicing across the caribbean's largest island killing at least 10 people. the powerful storm headed toward a u.s
heavy surf roils against the cocoa beach pier a landmark in cocoa beach fla. wednesday aug. 20 2008 as wind and rain from tropical storm fay moved slowly across brevard county causing
after killing thousands in central america and drenching portions of south florida mitch has finally moved out into the atlantic. the storm is bringing some lingering rain and gusty winds to
bush and 20 state and federal emergency officials surveyed damage as they flew from tallahassee to west palm beach but the governor said it was too early to assess the extent of the devastation.
a tropical storm watch was extended along the florida panhandle from west of st. marks to panama city. the ninth named storm of the season grew stronger saturday in the far eastern atlantic.
in palm beach county a man went to move his van and was killed when debris smashed him into the windshield. an 83-year-old st. johns county woman died in a weekend car crash while evacuating.
the lead meteorologist at cbs west palm beach florida affiliate wpec-tv jeff berardelli says the storm will go down as one of the strongest non tropical cyclones ever along the eastern seaboard
several barns at the palm beach equine sports complex were destroyed by a possible tornado early tuesday morning aug. 19 2008 as tropical storm fay blew through. no horses were injured. the