Pittsburgh-Area First Responders Assist With Hurricane Dorian Evacuations In OrlandoAs Hurricane Dorian strengthens into a Category 5 storm and nears closer, first responders from Pittsburgh are already making a difference.
Pittsburghers Prepare To Provide Aid To Those In Hurricane Dorian's Dangerous PathHurricane Dorian won't be reaching the states for a few more days, but Pittsburghers are already working in advance to help those down south.
NWS Pittsburgh Sending Up Weather Balloons To Help Track Hurricane DorianThe National Weather Service is sending weather balloons up into the air to help track Hurricane Dorian.
Tropical Storm Michael Will Likely Slam US As Hurricane This WeekTropical Storm Michael formed near the Yucatan Peninsula on Sunday, and it's on track to wallop the United States.
Tropical Storm Kirk Gaining Speed In AtlanticAs forecasters warn of more dangerous flooding in the Carolinas from Hurricane Florence's torrential rainfall, they're also keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Kirk in the Atlantic.
Florence Downgraded To Tropical Storm; At Least 5, Including Infant, DeadAt least five people, including a mother and her infant, have died in North Carolina as Tropical Storm Florence slowly moves from the Tar Heel State into South Carolina, officials said Friday.
'We Are Maxed Out At Capacity': Pittsburgh Red Cross Volunteer Says Florence Shelter Is Full, But Evacuees Are CalmThere are people from the Pittsburgh area who are putting their lives in jeopardy in order to help others in the midst of Hurricane Florence.
Monster Hurricane Florence Begins Lashing CarolinasThe outer bands of wind and rain from Hurricane Florence began lashing North Carolina on Thursday as the monster storm moved in for an extended stay along the Southeastern coast, promising to drench the properties of 10 million people with immense amounts of water.
North Carolina Governor Says Florence Is 'Nothing Like You've Ever Seen'Hurricane Florence is now forecast to pause late this week just off North Carolina's coast and turn left -- a development that would still smash the Tar Heel State with life-threatening storm surge, catastrophic winds and inundating rain while putting more of South Carolina in greater danger.
EPA Assessing Vulnerability Of At Least 9 Toxic Sites In Florence's Projected PathHurricane Florence, with its strong winds and massive storm surge, threatens to release toxic chemicals from hazardous waste sites
Hurricane Florence Closing In On Carolinas, Could Pack Historic PunchMotorists streamed inland on highways converted into one-way routes Tuesday as more than 1 million people in three states were ordered to get out of the way of Hurricane Florence.