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      • Enhanced Fujita Scale

        Enhanced Fujita Scale

        Tuesday, April 26 2016 10:34 AM EDT2016-04-26 14:34:27 GMT
        Tuesday, April 26 2016 10:48 AM EDT2016-04-26 14:48:20 GMT

        Damage is one of the ways scientists determine the strength of a tornado.

        Damage is one of the ways scientists determine the strength of a tornado.

      • April 27th: Five Years Later

        April 27th: Five Years Later

        On April 27, 2011, many cities in Alabama were devastated by a series of tornadoes. According to the SPC and EMA, 238 people were killed that day in Alabama.

        On April 27, 2011, many cities in Alabama were devastated by a series of tornadoes. According to the SPC and EMA, 238 people were killed that day in Alabama.

      • National, world weather

        Weather and disaster coverage

        Weather and disaster coverage

        (Source: Doug Gunnare via AP)(Source: Doug Gunnare via AP)

        Tornadoes, blizzards, wildfires, flooding, severe weather and other natural disasters throughout the country and worldwide.

        Tornadoes, blizzards, wildfires, flooding, severe weather and other natural disasters throughout the country and worldwide.

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        Check out these slideshows and more from weather events around the world.

        Check out these slideshows from weather events and natural disasters around the world.

      • Floods: Weather coverage

        Floods

        (Source: FEMA)(Source: FEMA)

        Flooding does more than just make things wet - it's potentially deadly and causes widespread destruction that can take years to recover from.

      • Wildfires: Weather coverage

        Wildfires

        (Source: Sky News Australia/CNN)(Source: Sky News Australia/CNN)

        Dry weather and windy conditions are the perfect storm for wild fires, which cause wide-spread destruction leaving nothing but ashes in their wake.

        Dry weather and windy conditions are the perfect storm for wild fires, which cause wide-spread destruction leaving nothing but ashes in their wake.

      • Hurricane season 2016More>>

      • Meteorologists ditch Matthew, Otto hurricane names

        Meteorologists ditch Matthew, Otto hurricane names

        Monday, March 27 2017 1:18 PM EDT2017-03-27 17:18:42 GMT
        Monday, March 27 2017 1:18 PM EDT2017-03-27 17:18:42 GMT

        Off the Atlantic hurricane list for good is Matthew and Otto because the storms were so destructive and deadly in 2016.

        Off the Atlantic hurricane list for good is Matthew and Otto because the storms were so destructive and deadly in 2016.

      • Pass Christian pauses to remember Hurricane Katrina

        Pass Christian pauses to remember Hurricane Katrina

        Monday, August 29 2016 6:50 PM EDT2016-08-29 22:50:09 GMT
        There's a granite marker on the southeast corner of War Memorial Park in Pass Christian. This one doesn't recall a military battle, but rather is a reminder of a ferocious showdown with Mother Nature. (Photo source: WLOX)There's a granite marker on the southeast corner of War Memorial Park in Pass Christian. This one doesn't recall a military battle, but rather is a reminder of a ferocious showdown with Mother Nature. (Photo source: WLOX)

        Many people paused on this Aug. 29 to remember Hurricane Katrina. It was 11 years ago today that killer storm came ashore, forever changing the landscape of the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

        Many people paused on this Aug. 29 to remember Hurricane Katrina. It was 11 years ago today that killer storm came ashore, forever changing the landscape of the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

      • Creepy satellite image of Hurricane Matthew resembles human skull

        Creepy satellite image of Hurricane Matthew resembles human skull

        Tuesday, October 4 2016 7:43 PM EDT2016-10-04 23:43:52 GMT
        Satellite image of Hurricane Matthew (Source: Twitter/@StuOstro)Satellite image of Hurricane Matthew (Source: Twitter/@StuOstro)

        A satellite image of Hurricane Matthew creepily resembles a human skull.

        A satellite image of Hurricane Matthew creepily resembles a human skull.

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