DAYPART FORECASTDaypart ForecastNORTHEAST FLORIDA RADARNE Florida Radar VIDEO FORECASTWeather Authority TIDES/SURF FORECASTSurf Forecast

Top Weather Stories

Weather Slideshows

And more, similar angry cloud from MrzDetermined via Storm Pins.

Images of Tuesday's storm

The strong cold front that devastated the mid-south on Monday passed through northeast Florida on Tuesday afternoon.

View/send photos using the StormPins app

Weekend rains flood Columbia County

PHOTO STORY: Flash flood watches are in effect for Columbia, Baker and Union counties after up to 12 inches of rain fell over 48 hours. Emergency Management officials are warning people to be extra cautious on the roads.

Forecast | Watches/warnings | Video | 

Andrew Eddy says he and his family have stayed across the street from the ocean for about eight years and this is the worst erosion he’s seen.

Nor'easter takes toll on beaches

The weather hammering the coastline has caused more erosion concerns in St. Johns County, where some South Ponte Vedra Beach homeowners are considering building a seawall to keep the waves from taking more of their property.

The Morning Show anchor Jennifer Waugh shared this image from Ponte Vedra Beach.

Monday's weather images

Reporters and viewers shared photos from around the area as weather rolled in on Monday.

CNN

Arthur weakens to tropical storm

Hurricane Arthur made landfall in North Carolina late on July 3, but it did not dawdle over the coastline to vandalize neighborhoods for long. By Friday morning, it had weakened to a Category 1 and was downgraded to a tropical storm on Saturday.

Weather Interactives

Extreme weather: U.S. weather records

Winter storm Cleon is pushing East and is expected to bring snow, ice and low temperatures to most of the U.S. See how the winter storm compares to the largest blizzards and low temps in history.

Reuters

Lightning

Find out all you need to know about lightning.

Hail

Find out all that you need to know about hail.

istock

Interactive: Learn More About Hurricanes

As Americans prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July, East Coast residents are eyeing a storm that could become a hurricane and dampen their holiday fun. Find out all you need to know about these destructive storms.

istock

Wildfires

Every year, especually in the summer, wildfires char land and threaten or destry property. They burn through forest, grasslands, and other areas. Learn more here.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Hurricane Expert George Winterling

  • George Winterling's Eye on Storm blog

    After 49 years as chief meteorologist at WJXT-TV 4, George Winterling is now the station's hurricane expert. During the tropical season, follow his near-daily posts.