Hurricane Tammy formed in the Atlantic on Friday morning.
Central Florida residents are still rebuilding a year after Hurricane Ian
Deadly rip currents, large battering waves and coastal erosion are likely at Florida beaches this week due to the powerful Hurricane Lee that is churning in the open water's of the Atlantic Ocean.
Although Hurricane Lee is not expected to directly impact Florida, the storm will possibly bring large, battering waves, coastal erosion, and deadly rip currents to Florida.
Hurricane Lee has strengthened into a Category 5 hurricane Thursday night. This is the first category 5 hurricane of this season.
Hurricane Lee has rapidly intensified into a category 4 hurricane Thursday, the National Hurricane Center said
Hurricane Lee has formed in the Atlantic may possibly become a Category 5 hurricane.
The Horseshoe Beach community in Florida is on the road to a long recovery after homes were completely washed away and destroyed during Hurricane Idalia. The community is about 60 miles south of where the storm made landfall.
During a live press conference on Sunday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis provided an update on restored power to residents who were impacted by Hurricane Idalia.
U.S. President Joe Biden visited Florida after Hurricane Idalia tore through the sunshine state earlier this week.
The hurricane, which made landfall Wednesday, battering beach towns and fishing communities including Horseshoe Beach, Florida.
Cleanup efforts are underway from Florida to the Carolinas after Hurricane Idalia made landfall and left a trail of destruction after blasting the region with destructive winds, a powerful storm surge, and flooding from torrential rain.
Residents of Horseshoe Beach are ready to rebuild after Hurricane Idalia destroyed the small fishing community that is about 60 miles south of where the storm made landfall.
FOX 35's David Martin was in Crystal River, Florida, where he talks with residents impacted by Hurricane Idalia.
FOX 35's David Martin is in Crystal River, Florida, talking with homeowners and surveying the damage after Hurricane Idalia moved across the state on Wednesday.
Gov. Ron DeSantis held a news conference with state emergency officials on Florida's recovery efforts following Hurricane Idalia's landfall in the state's Big Bend area as a major Category 3 storm.
In Crystal River, Florida many residents and business owners are dealing with rising floodwaters from Hurricane Idalia. Certain areas looked desolate, as the whole town remained underwater.
A FOX 35 News crew observed significant wind damage around the town of Perry, Florida. Despite all the extensive destruction left behind by Hurricane Idalia, residents said they were grateful there were no deaths reported.
Some 50 National Guard members are stationed at Melbourne International Airport and are prepared to assist in Hurricane Idalia recovery efforts.
The deadly Category 3 hurricane hit along the coast of the Florida Big Bend near Keaton Beach about 7:45 a.m. local time, posing an immediate threat to lives and properties with 125 mph winds and significant flooding.