Hurricanes may lose their wind-speed, but they can still remain a serious flooding threat and lead to very dangerous weather conditions like tornadoes.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for September 21, 2018: Three infants are among those stabbed at an overnight daycare center – and more news.
EDM Briefing for Sept.19, 2018: Officials in North Carolina warn against the use of GPS apps to navigate road closures in the state – and other news.
Florence still posed a threat to public safety with the tremendous amount of rain that fell – even after it lost its hurricane category strength.
Typhoon Mangkhut, which left a path of death and destruction in the northern Philippines on Saturday, is now wreaking havoc on southern China.
A nationwide test of the controversial presidential wireless emergency alert (WEA) system, originally scheduled for Sept. 20, has been delayed until Oct. 3.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for Sept. 17, 2018: A dam breach has occurred in North Carolina after torrential rainfall from Hurricane Florence – and other news.
September is National Preparedness Month. This is traditionally the month when the greatest number of storms occur in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for September 14, 2018: Suspected gas explosions injure at least 20 in Massachusetts and other news.
Experiencing a storm like Hurricane Florence is stressful. Flooding also poses health dangers that you may not see on the surface.