Posted: 08/30/2013 - Severe Weather
Posted: 08/30/2013 - Severe Weather
Posted: 01/05/2012 - Celebrate “Severe Weather Awareness Week” with WRDW News12 StormTeam and Columbia County EMA at Weatherfest 2012!
Updated: 07/18/2011 - Tropical Storm Bret has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph moving SSE at 2 mph.
Updated: 07/18/2011 - Tropical depression No. 2 has developed north of the Bahamas. It is expected to strengthen to Tropical Storm Bret in the next 24-48 hours.
Updated: 06/17/2011 - A wave of severe storms went through the CSRA Wednesday night.
Posted: 12/15/2010 - Icy roads are causing hundreds of accidents around the metro-Atlanta area. Police are reporting 81 crashes Wednesday night. A five-car pileup on I-285 had lanes on the busy interstate closed.
Updated: 07/28/2010 - There were several house fires in the area Tuesday night, and News 12 has confirmed at least one of them was caused by a lightning strike.
Updated: 05/03/2010 - During Monday afternoon and into the evening, most people in the CSRA saw steady rain while some of them had stormy weather. Fortunately, there were no reported injuries or deaths to report Monday night.
Posted: 04/06/2010 - Spring across most of Georgia started cooler and drier than normal, forcing flowering plants and trees to bud one to two weeks later than usual.
Posted: 03/29/2010 - It is often better to be safe than sorry and now that tornado season is here it is time for many of us to get prepared for the worst just in case.
Posted: 03/27/2010 - Watch For Isloated Severe Weather Sunday Evening.
Posted: 03/21/2010 - Then Become A Student Volunteer! Student volunteers work side-by-side with actual weather forecasters at the National Weather Service and will participate in:
Posted: 03/13/2010 - Historical drought & flooding in the Palmetto State
Posted: 03/13/2010 - Tropical Cyclones in South Carolina
Updated: 03/13/2010 - Severe Weather Severe weather occurs in South Carolina occasionally in the form of violent thunderstorms and tornadoes. Although less frequent than surrounding states, thunderstorms are common in the summer months. The more violent storms generally accompany squall lines and active cold fronts of late-winter or spring. Strong thunderstorms usually bring high winds, hail, considerable lightning, and rarely spawn a tornado.
Posted: 03/13/2010 - REMEMBER MARCH 2008 ? CSRA Tornado Outbreak.
Updated: 03/13/2010 - Friday night's thunderstorms were not as strong as they have been in the CSRA in the past. Last year during masters week, homes on Barton Chapel Road were damaged many of them destroyed by a tornado.
Posted: 03/07/2010 - University of Georgia professor Mark Eiteman’s morning ritual begins at 6:45 each day. He brushes his teeth, makes a fresh bowl of fruit, checks his rain gauge and reports the measurement on the Internet.
Posted: 02/20/2010 - New Crtieria for severe weather hail size.
Posted: 02/13/2010 - Now Record Snows in Dixie By Joseph D’Aleo
Posted: 02/13/2010 - PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT SPOTTER REPORTS NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE COLUMBIA SC 1040 AM EST SAT FEB 13 2010
Updated: 02/12/2010 - Will Nunley reports live from the field about winter weather in the CSRA.
Updated: 08/28/2009 - News 12 wishes Chief Meteorologist Bob Smith well as he retires after nearly 33 years. Bob's last day as chief is September 3, 2009. We love you, Bob!
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Posted: 06/13/2008 - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radio is as essential in severe weather alerts as a smoke detector is in a fire.