|Tornado Strikes Fayette County Damaging One Man's Property
According to the National Weather Service an EF-1 Tornado touched down in Fayette county Saturday night.
|Hickory Hill Still Rebuilding 5 Years Later
Tuesday February 5, 2013 marked the fifth anniversary of the deadly Hickory Hill tornado. Watch Video
|Tornado Risk Follows Record Warmth in Central U.S.
The National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla., says the risks of tornadoes touching down Tuesday is greatest in northeast Texas, northern Louisiana, northwest Mississippi, southeast Missouri and much of Arkansas.
|Mid-South Hospitals Prepare for Tornadoes
Hurricane Isaac will bring rain to the Mid-South later this week, but forecasters say tornadoes are also a possibility. Watch Video
|New NASA Satellites to Increase Tornado Warning Lead Time
The GOES-R satellite series will revolutionize forecasting abilities, gathering data more quickly and increasing tornado warning lead time by 50%. Watch Video
|Storms Rock Tennessee Cities, Tornado Confirmed
The National Weather Service office in Nashville examined damage after the Thursday evening storm and determined a tornado struck a ball field and a mobile home park in Franklin, about 15 miles south of Nashville.
|A Year after Deadly Miss. Tornado, Memories Vivid
With the anniversary approaching of last year's devastating April tornadoes in Mississippi, Smithville is slowly recovering. But the pain lingers from losing 16 people in a town of about 900.
|Mid-South the Most Deadly Area for Tornadoes
More people die in tornadoes in the Mid-South region than in any other part of the country. Watch Video
|Top Storm Chaser Pays Visit To Pink Palace
We are horrified by tornados, but also fascinated by them. Watch Video
|Deadly Tornadoes Sweep Across the Midwest
At least 16 tornadoes touched down from Nebraska to Kentucky.
|Tornado Touches Down In Southern Marion County
At least two people were hurt and numerous trees and utility lines pulled down when a tornado swept through southern Marion County.
|2011 an Expensive Year for Weather Disasters
There were a dozen billion-dollar weather events in the U.S. in 2011.