Look what was spotted in a neighborhood intersection this week! Flood water in parts of West Ocean City MD were deep enough for this creature to roam. After close inspection,
I love photographers who capture weather. They help tell the story, and the very talented can freeze a moment in time with perfection, that is likely to never be repeated.
Hurricane Joaquin has come and gone but leaves a big mess behind. At one point, winds reach 155 mph. It was crawling through the Bahamas dumping over two feet of rain,
What has happened to Bermuda? Hurricane Joaquin hit hard Sunday afternoon and night, but the main eye stay to their west as the storm was losing some strength. This was
It has been pretty much a week of cool, damp weather. Now it is time for a change, and you may have noticed some breaks of sun on Sunday afternoon.
The coastal storm that was built up from nearly a week of constant onshore wind and waves culminated this weekend. The rain moved away, but the push of water on
At 11 AM Sunday October 4, The National Hurricane Center has reported Hurricane Joaquin down to Category 2 with winds of 110 mph. This is a large storm, and the
Hurricane Joaquin reported as a Category 3 storm in the 8 AM Sunday update from the National Hurricane Center. We are tracking the storm and the improving conditions for Ocean
After days of onshore winds, waves off the beach reaching 15 feet high, winds gusting to 50 mph, and four inches of rain, the drain system in Ocean City, MD
At noon the National Hurricane Center made a special announcement that Hurricane Joaquin has increased in intensity. The latest Air Force Reconnaissance mission found a 155 mph wind speed. The