October 26th, 2012
11:51 PM ET

'Superstorm' Sandy unpredictable

Meteorologist Chad Myers' northeast forecast for impact of Hurricane Sandy: "We've never gone through this before ... we honestly simply don't know." Stay tuned to CNN for updates

Post by: ,
Filed under: Hurricane Sandy • Hurricanes • Severe Weather • Weather
September 1st, 2012
12:10 AM ET

Isaac's surge still danger for Louisiana

Parts of Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana are still under water tonight three days after Hurricane Issac hit the state.

The Braithwaite levees in the parish were built to withstand tidal waters, not storm surge, and that means there is no where for the floodwater to drain out to relieve the area. FULL POST

Post by:
Filed under: Anderson Cooper • Hurricane Isaac • Hurricanes • Isaac • Plaquemines Parish
August 31st, 2012
11:56 PM ET

Louisiana-Miss. dam emergency risk

Exec. director of the Miss. Emergency Management Agency updates Anderson cooper about a dam threatening to rush water downstream.

Post by:
Filed under: floods • Hurricane Isaac • Hurricanes • Mississippi
August 31st, 2012
11:54 PM ET

Wrap-up and the latest on Hurricane Isaac's wrath

Hurricane Isaac's floodwaters are reminiscent of Katrina. See the latest in Mississippi, where a dam threatens to breach.

Post by:
Filed under: Anderson Cooper • floods • Hurricane Isaac • Hurricanes • Isaac • Mississippi • New Orleans
Hurricane Isaac Videos: Anderson Cooper reporting in Louisiana
August 29th, 2012
07:57 PM ET

Hurricane Isaac Videos: Anderson Cooper reporting in Louisiana

As Tropical Storm Isaac gained strength in the Gulf of Mexico over the weekend Anderson flew from the Republican National Convention in Tampa to New Orleans.

On Tuesday, shortly after 11 a.m. CDT Isaac was upgraded to a Category 1 storm according to the National Hurricane Center. At 6:45 p.m. CDT the National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated that Isaac made a first landfall along the coast of southeast Louisiana in the marshland of Plaquemines Parish, southwest of the mouth of the Mississippi River, with maximum sustained winds of 80 mph. After wobbling back over the water near the mouth of the Mississippi River, Isaac then made a second landfall at about 2 a.m. CDT near Port Fourchon, 60 miles southeast of New Orleans, according to an early morning update by the National Hurricane Center.

Watch Anderson's reports below... FULL POST

Post by:
Filed under: Hurricane Isaac • Hurricanes • Isaac
August 29th, 2012
12:29 AM ET

Behind the scenes: Hurricane Isaac

Behind the scenes photos of Anderson and his CNN team in the field covering Hurricane Isaac.

Post by:
Filed under: Behind The Scenes • Hurricane Isaac • Hurricanes • Isaac • Susan Chun
Tonight on CNN: RNC, Hurricane Isaac
August 28th, 2012
07:29 PM ET

Tonight on CNN: RNC, Hurricane Isaac

Watch 7p – 12a ET for live coverage of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. Anderson Cooper reports live tonight on Hurricane Isaac from the Mississippi riverfront in New Orleans. At 1 a.m. ET tune in to see "Best of the RNC Convention Speeches". FULL POST

August 25th, 2012
12:55 AM ET

Sean Penn talks about risk for Haiti

Sean Penn's J/P HRO foundation is helping Haitians prepare for Tropical Storm Isaac. He talks to Anderson Cooper.

Post by:
Filed under: Haiti • Haiti Earthquake • Hurricanes • Isaac • Sean Penn
August 24th, 2012
01:05 AM ET

AC360 returns to Haiti: Residents in the path of Isaac

CNN's Gary Tuchman: "I've never gone to a city, and a capitol like Port au Prince, and seen no preparations whatsoever."

Travel behind the scenes with AC360°

Post by:
Filed under: Anderson Cooper • Haiti • Hurricanes • Isaac • Ismael Estrada • Weather
June 29th, 2010
10:35 AM ET

Tropical Storm Alex nears hurricane strength

CNN Wire Staff
[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2010/WORLD/americas/06/29/tropical.storm.alex/t1larg.alex.062910.jpg caption="Alex strengthens to near hurricane-force" width=300 height=169]

Tropical Storm Alex approached hurricane strength early Tuesday as it churned off the northwestern coast of Mexico's Yucatan peninsula in the Bay of Campeche, the National Hurricane Center said.

Alex was moving faster to the north-northwest, the Hurricane Center said at 8 a.m. ET, noting that the storm now was advancing at 12 miles per hour. At 5 a.m., the storm had been reported moving at 8 miles per hour.

The storm continued to move away from the massive BP oil catastrophe near the Louisiana coast in the northern Gulf of Mexico.

A hurricane warning has been issued for the Gulf Coast from Baffin Bay, Texas, to La Cruz, Mexico. A hurricane warning means that hurricane conditions and tropical storm-force winds are expected in the forecast area within 36 hours.

Keep Reading...

Filed under: 360° Radar • Gulf Oil Spill • Hurricanes
« older posts