How does hail form?

Hail is a form of precipitation that typically forms during a thunderstorm. Updrafts of warm air quickly rise and enter the freezing zone of the atmosphere to produce precipitation.

Storm spotters keeping communities safe in tornado detection ‘dead zone’

FOX 35 News continues to dig into the tornado detection "dead one,” where minimal radar coverage is available to track severe storms. We are learning of a possible solution, although it doesn’t appear like it will be coming to central Florida anytime soon. That means storm spotters in the area will continue to play a critical role in the community.

7 things to know about hail

It’s the one frozen precipitation that can occur in the middle of a summer heat wave: Hail. Here’s a list of seven facts you may not know about those little (or maybe not so little) pellets of ice:

Preparing for 2022 Hurricane Season

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is excited to employ brand new technology this hurricane season to gather data like never before inside the 'worst weather in the world.' An uncrewed drone will be able to send back live data from the heart of a storm.