Take a look at some of the most memorable ‘Weather Bowls’ of yesteryear, as recapped by The Weather Channel:
Typhoon Haiyan is one of the biggest storms to occur on planet Earth and has left many millions in the Philippines without access to electricity, food, and clean water. Find out what we’re doing–and what you can do–to help here.
If you live in an area that’s prone to flooding, it’s imperative to have an emergency plan and supplies on hand. Tips within…
Besides the typical summertime thunderstorm, the past few months saw its fair share of offbeat summer weather systems, reviewed here by Eton Corp.
Though there are very real dangers in extreme weather and you should always be prepared with a proper weather alert system, Eton Corp have debunked a few myths to ease your mind.
Whenever a major earthquake is in the news, you’ll probably hear about its Richter scale rating. We review the Richter scale, adapted from HowStuffWorks.com.
April 29 through May 4 marks the official kick-off to tornado season. Although we’d like to think that we’ve armed you with ample preparedness tips and safety tools, here are 7 facts you may not have known about tornadoes that are easily shareable for your Twitter followers!
April 23-25, 1908, saw one of the worst bouts of severe weather in the U.S. – the Dixie Tornado Outbreak. Violent storms broke out from Texas to Tennessee, producing tornadoes in 13 states, including one F5 and two F4 tornadoes. One of the tornadoes, which spawned on April 24, 1908, leveled Purvis, MS, causing over 100 injuries and deaths, making it one of the top 10 deadliest storms in U.S. history.
With tornado season in full swing and hurricane season on the horizon, safety tips are important to have on hand. We crafted ten bits of severe weather safety tips into perfectly-tweetable sentences so you can share with your friends and family. Tweet your favorite(s) now!
Chasing storms is a hobby for some, but an act of caution for many. If preparedness is your goal when tracking weather patterns, we have some suggestions on how to do it from the safety of your home or office.