Storm reports today included wind damage, funnel clouds, and flooding.
More stories by Alan Sealls
Fourth graders in Baldwin County are a little safer, after a series of safety workshops.
Redeemer Lutheran students know their meteorology, and they know it better now.
Firewhirls may look like tornadoes but they are more like dust devils over fire.
The second grade super scientists at McDavid Jones Elementary.
Some Fat Tuesdays have been frigid while others have been soakers. Here’s a look at the last decade of Fat Tuesday weather.
A listing of storm reports throughout the News 5 area.
2017 started with stormy weather on the central Gulf Coast. Here’s a long list of storm reports in the WKRG area.
See the sights in the sky you may have missed in 2016- The best weather photos of the year, sent to WKRG.
2016 took the WKRG area through drought, flood, waterspouts, tornadoes, and it gave us some pretty things to see too. Here are the top weath…
Watch this animation showing the evolution of a drought along the Gulf Coast in the fall when rainfall was far below average.
An EF-0 tornado was confirmed in Mary Esther, FL, by the National Weather Service.
Have you ever noticed big clumps of ice in shapes like flowers on a dry, calm, frosty morning?
Hurricane Otto is the latest hurricane on record to form in the Caribbean Sea.
A supermoon is bigger than average but it may not be as super as you think.
Have you ever noticed a blue glow to the surf at night? You might have seen bioluminescence.
You’ve seen models listed as AVN, ECMWF, HWRF, and other odd abbreviations. What do they stand for?!
The hurricane of 1906 slammed into the northern Gulf Coast with severe damage and a large death toll.
The hurricane of 1926 was a Category 3 at landfall on the northern Gulf Coast.
We see shadows from clouds and rays of sun in the sky, as crepuscular rays. Here’s how they happen.