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Weather hyperbole ‘marketing stunt’ to ‘grab eyeballs’

HUNTSVILLE -- We're hearing of bomb cyclones, atmospheric rivers and a polar vortex. Some weather outlets have even taken to naming storms. In fact, at...

Possible severe storms in forecast … again

HUNTSVILLE -- It's another day in North Alabama and another day to be weather aware. According to the Huntsville office of the National Weather Service,...

Strong storms predicted for Wednesday night, Thursday

HUNTSVILLE -- There is chance for strong to severe thunderstorms late Wednesday night over far northwest Alabama then gradually spreading eastward during the day...

Tornado watch issued; some Huntsville outdoor sirens not working

HUNTSVILLE -- With a threat of severe weather in today's forecast, the Huntsville-Madison County EMA has three outdoor warning sirens that are not working,...

Brooks hits TVA; CEO admits: ‘we fell short’

HUNTSVILLE -- The Tennessee Valley Authority said it "fell short" over the weekend in ordering the rolling blackouts during once-in-a-generation low temperatures. U.S. Rep. Mo...

Couple with ATV rides to the rescue in South Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE -- Hundreds of people across North Alabama were left stranded Monday night after unexpected black ice coated much of the Tennessee Valley. One of...

NWS anticipated ‘dusting,’ not widespread black ice

HUNTSVILLE -- As North Alabama continues to recover from Monday’s ice event, the National Weather Service office in Huntsville said several factors contributed to...

Some roads opening but caution urged

HUNTSVILLE -- Area law enforcement officials are asking motorists to use extreme caution due to the potential of black ice. If you do not...

Travel conditions treacherous across North Alabama

HUNTSVILLE -- Law enforcement agencies across North Alabama are urging motorists to travel with caution as subfreezing temperatures and snow are creating hazardous driving...

UAH researching impact of flash droughts on crops

HUNTSVILLE – During summer and early fall, the Southeast can experience a few hot weeks without rain, causing what is known as a “flash drought."...