Billowing cumulonimbus clouds have a whole bunch of clues and signs as to what they are doing. Watch this timelapse with an explanation.
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Watch cumulonimbus cloud updrafts, downdrafts, rain shafts in fast motion, along with lightning.
Hurricane Dennis was small but powerful in 2005, when it made landfall near Milton, Florida.
Tropical Depression 4 has formed in the Atlantic
How much rain did you get from Tropical Storm Cindy? Here’s a summary.
A small, brief tornado touched down in Fort Walton Beach during Tropical Storm Cindy
Tropical Storm Cindy has formed and brings more rain.
There’s a lot to see in the sky over many hours of watching.
Your top 10 questions about hurricanes and tropical storms are answered here.
Waterspout on Mobile Bay moves slowly
Prepare for hurricane season with this First Alert Storm Team special program
The Foley Elementary School second graders showed Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls just how much weather they know.
Nan Gray Davis Elementary 3rd grade with Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls
Air quality will lower on Tuesday from ozone near the ground. People with breathing issues, as well as children, should take it easy.
Hollingers Island Elementary 3rd grade with Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls
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Grove Hill Elementary knows weather.
Tropical Storm Arlene is the first named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season.
A green moon? Not really.
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