At least 100 homes were damaged, officials said.
The powerful storm sent debris almost as high as 20,000 feet.
The CEO of Accuweather wants them to do less so companies like Accuweather can sell more. Oliver explains why that's such a bad idea.
“Let me be clear: The Birmingham office did this to stop public panic and to ensure public safety.” - National Weather Service Director Louis Uccellini
Just when you thought the "Dorian IS hitting Alabama" story could not get crazier, it does.
The National Weather Service didn't get the Trump White House memo: "Nobody is ever allowed to correct the king."
Cutting the budget of the already financially strapped National Weather Service as we're experiencing an increasing number of climate change related super storms, what could go wrong?
Looks like the new tornado early-warning system worked very well, keeping fatalities to a minimum. Despite the many online know-it-alls who were saying it was no big deal, that the Weather Service was exaggerating, the fact is, it was a deadly
See, climate is what you expect—and weather is what you get. (Dr. Jeff Masters explains here.] The more of certain kinds of weather you get, the bigger the effect on the climate—and that's why we're seeing bigger, more frequent extreme