From rain and storms to tropical storms and hurricanes, you can view radar and track the storms in the FOX 35 Storm Team app. To track tropical events, you want to turn on the "tropical tracks" overlay. Chief meteorologist Jayme King show you how to do that.
The FOX 35 Storm Team covers what you need to know about how to be prepared for a hurricane. We also visit with NOAA Hurricane Hunters to learn more about how these experts track the direction and strength of a tropical system.
Experience a little bit of what it's like to track a hurricane from the air -- something NOAA's Hurricane Hunters do, sending important meteorological data back down to the teams at the National Hurricane Center.
Have you heard of NOAA's Hurricane Hunters? During major storms and hurricanes, they track the storm and collect data from the air.
While meteorologists and scientists track storms on the ground, others track them from the air. FOX 35 meteorologist Brooks Garner shows us what happens inside NOAA's new Aircraft Operations Center.
You can expect heavy rain, flooding, and damaging winds during a strong tropical storm – and yes, even tornadoes. Here is how tornadoes form, and tips to keep you and your family safe when a tornado watch or warning is issued.
After a strong storm moves through, it can leave downed trees, broken limbs, damaged roofs, and garbage behind. FOX 35 meteorologist Allison Gargaro shares tips on how to separate debris, and where to take it.
Even though the storm has moved on, there are still dangers and risks to know, especially when using power tools to clean up storm damage. FOX 35 meteorologist Allison Gargaro explains some safety tips to know.
Ahead of the hurricane season, which starts June 1, Seminole County's emergency management agencies held a training of their own.
Thunderstorms, tropical storms, and hurricanes can be powerful and damaging, causing flooding, wind damage, and power outages. To prepare, you may buy a generator to keep the power on. If you do, here is what you need to know to properly install one -- and keep your family safe.
FOX 35 meteorologist Kristin Giannas gives the latest on the pollen count in Central Florida.