Trump Says Puerto Rico 'Absolutely Obliterated' By Hurricane Maria, Approves Disaster DeclarationAn update from the Miami-based center says maximum sustained winds have increased to near 115 mph with higher gusts.
Hurricane Maria Batters Puerto Rico; Leaves Homes Damaged, Streets Flooded, Power OutThe National Weather Service is forecasting catastrophic damage as Puerto Rico deals with a direct hit from Hurricane Maria Wednesday morning.
Hurricane Irma Pounds Florida With Winds Over 100 MPH; Leaves Flooding, Power Outages, Severe DamageHurricane Irma made landfall at Marco Island in southwest Florida with wind gusts of 160 mph Sunday afternoon.
5.6 Million Asked To Evacuate In Florida As Powerful Hurricane Irma ApproachesIrma took direct aim at Florida on Friday and officials asked 5.6 million people statewide to evacuate, as the monstrous Category 4 hurricane spun along a long-feared path right through the heart of the peninsula.
Thousands Rescued In Houston Amid Harvey Flooding; Mayor Institutes CurfewAuthorities worry that the tropical storm now parked over the Gulf Coast will return and deliver a knock-out blow to the Houston region.
Skygazers Across Tri-State Turn Out For Partial Solar EclipseIn the Tri-State area, we should be able to see the moon block out about 70 percent of the sun.
Partial Eclipse Hits Tri-State With Moon Covering About 70 Percent Of The SunThe city that never sleeps slowed down for a few minutes as thousands of skywatchers gazed upward for a rare partial solar eclipse visible from our area.
CBS2's Lonnie Quinn Explains The Total Solar EclipseAs we all know, the Earth revolves around the Sun, and the Moon revolves around the Earth. But at least twice a year, they fall into alignment, creating an eclipse.
Rain, Hail Storms Create Dangerous Conditions In The Tri-State AreaRain and wind sent people running for cover, as hail pounded parts of New Jersey -- looking like a water house, spraying buildings at times.
Severe Storms Plow Into Tri-State Area, Rip Down Trees, Cut Power To ThousandsSevere thunderstorms came plowing into New York City late Monday afternoon -- leaving trees and power lines on the ground, streets flooded, and numerous homes in the dark.
Storms Bring Down Trees, Power Lines North Of New York CityExtreme heat gave way to severe weather in parts of the Tri-State Area Tuesday night – ripping down trees and power lines in some regions.
Possible Tornado Leaves Path Of Damage In Dutchess CountyScreams of panic were heard Wednesday evening as a possible tornado tore through buildings in Poughkeepsie.