Franklin, a storm that has been churning off the southwest coast of Mexico, has become the Atlantic's first hurricane of the season.
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This year's hurricane season is likely to be more active than usual, thanks to an absent El Niño and warmer tropical Atlantic Ocean waters.
Hurricanes swirling in the Pacific Ocean could lock arms in a dance step meteorologists call the Fujiwhara effect. The do-si-do may lead in Hurricane Hilary cannibalizing Irwin.
This year's hurricane season is shaping up to be more active than usual, a forecast from NOAA predicts.
As climate change proceeds, there will be more extreme weather events, and these events pose a threat to people's health, experts say.
Back-to-back hurricanes Matthew and Nicole may signal worse weather to come if La Niña climate conditions take hold across the globe, according to weather scientists.
Disastrous floods like those seen during Hurricane Sandy in 2012 may hit New York City 17 times more often in the next century, a new study finds.
With the Bahamas and possibly Florida and the Carolinas within the storm's path in the coming days, how bad could Hurricane Matthew get?
Hurricane Matthew became the fifth hurricane of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season on Sept. 29. See photos of how this monster storm evolved.
As Hurricane Matthew battered Haiti, internet users noticed another disturbing dimension to the storm: It looked like a creepy skull in satellite images.