Members of New York City’s agencies took part in a special training at the Brooklyn Army Terminal to ensure they’re reading for the hurricane season.
A Coastal Flood Warning is in effect for the Volusia County Coast until 4 a.m. Wednesday. The high tide of greatest concern will be early Wednesday as tide levels look to be naturally a bit higher then.
In this video we are looking at the very latest on ENSO as newest model guidance shows a "Godzilla El Nino" developing as early as Early Fall 2023. But what does this mean for the Pacific hurricane and the Atlantic hurricane seasons?
Vancouver is bracing itself for another king tide. The last king tide caused floods around Vancouver and even created a small island with floating logs in False Creek. The flooding also submerged several sections of the Stanley Park Seawall and Kitsilano Pool.
Earlier this week, staff from our Wastewater department performed a trial run on its newest and strangest looking tool in its flood control arsenal: A US Flood Control Tiger Dam! This system is a series of elongated, flexible tubes that are filled with water and joined together to create an impervious barrier that protects areas, assets, and equipment from flood waters.
Florida’s emergency management team is getting creative in finding ways to reinforce Volusia’s coastline after the recent storms. Dozens of homes and buildings caved in or were deemed too dangerous for residents after the storm surges caused by Hurricanes Ian and Nicole wiped away their dunes and seawalls.
The impact tropical storms Ian and Nicole had on our beaches, particularly in Volusia County, where powerful surf undermined homes, was strong.
Tropical storms Ian and Nicole not only brought enough rainfall to flood several streets in the Daytona Beach area, they contributed to rising waters on the beachside that shocked residents by eroding the sand, bringing down seawalls and pulling homes into the ocean.
SANFORD, Fla. - Members of the National Guard were using water to fight water as they battled floodwaters in the parking lot of HCA Florida Lake Monroe Hospital, in Sanford.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — The entire City of St. Augustine is under a mandatory evacuation order starting Wednesday. Hurricanes have walloped it before. Tuesday, the city was abuzz as people prepared for Hurricane Ian.