Hurricane Lorenzo, a powerful storm now bearing down on the Azores, is the strongest hurricane to form this far east in the Atlantic.
As Hurricane Dorian bore down on the Atlantic coast on Wednesday (Sept. 4), meteorologists suddenly found themselves facing an unexpected hurricane hazard: a president with a Sharpie pen.
Hurricane Dorian has strengthened to a Category 3 storm, with sustained winds reaching 115 mph (185 km/h), and it's barreling up the U.S. East Coast.
Hurricane Dorian, after devastating the Bahamas over the weekend, while sparing Florida a direct hit, is now inching up the East Coast of the U.S., threatening the Carolinas.
Hurricane Dorian's clouds are staggering, a massive swirl of white surrounding the knotted eyewall at the storm's heart, in this image taken from space.
Hurricane Dorian is starting to make a turn toward the northwest and is expected to move dangerously close to the east coast of Florida later today (Sept. 3) and tomorrow.
Hurricane Dorian's track has been tricky to predict with certainty. Here's where it could make U.S. landfall.
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