The 2012 Atlantic hurricane season is now underway & forecasters are determined to make more accurate forecasts.
U.S. has more than 4 million residential structures at risk from storm surge flooding, with a price tag of $710 billion.
As the 2012 Hurricane Season kicks off, here's a rundown of the U.S. cities that are most vulnerable to hurricanes.
It's been seven years since the last major hurricane struck the U.S. Will this be the year that our luck runs out?
The 2012 hurricane outlook calls for a "near-normal" number of named storms, with 9 to 15 in the forecast.
Rick Knabb, currently a Weather Channel on-air expert, has been chosen to lead NOAA's National Hurricane Center.
Climate Central's Ben Strauss is one of four testifying on the impact of sea level rise on U.S. infrastructure.
A new study finds offshore wind energy turbines along the East Coast and Gulf of Mexico are vulnerable to hurricanes.