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Storm Surge Like You've Never Experienced it Before

What does 9 feet of storm surge look like? We show you like nobody else can. This was the forecast storm surge for the Carolina coast as Hurricane Florence was approaching. ** Forecast data from Sept 12th at 5:00 PM (ET)**

TWC40: The Weather Channel Through the Years

Take a look back at The Weather Channel from 1982 to the exciting new things we have for you today!

Why Hurricane Categories Make a Difference

During a hurricane you usually hear meteorologists refer to its intensity by categories. If you don't know the difference between a category 1 and a category 5 hurricane, The Weather Channel meteorologist Mark Elliot breaks it down for you.

Storm Surge in Your Home | IMR

What does storm surge actually look like in your home? In our new Immersive Mixed Reality (IMR), Dr. Greg Postel brings life-threatening flooding to life.

The Dangers of Flash Flooding | IMR

What does flash flooding actually look like? In our new Immersive Mixed Reality (IMR), we place ourselves in the middle of the action and show the immense dangers of this natural disaster.

Experience Storm Surge Like You Never Have Before

What does 12 FEET of storm surge look like? We show you what the potential storm surge will be along Florida's Big Bend as #Hurricane #Michael approaches and makes landfall Wednesday. *Data valid 12:00pET October 9th, 2018*

El Niño Is About To Completely Change Our Weather…

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The Weather Channel Live

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Hurricane Preparation | IMR

Stephanie Abrams takes you through life-saving tips on how to prepare for a big storm.

The Weather Channel's Local On The 8's Across The Years (Updated!)

An updated version of a video done quite some time ago. Now with some different local forecasts and a list of the songs in it by the year!! Year - Song (Video source for non-TWCClassics.com entries) WeatherSTAR 1+2+3000 Era: 1983 - "Do You Feel The Way That I Do" by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 1984 - "Rock II" by Jeff Lorber 1985 - "The Apple Bites Back" by Group87 (videoholic1980sA) 1986 - "Good King Wenceslas" by Mannheim Steamroller 1987 -...

Surviving the Tornado | IMR

What do you do when you're in a car and find yourself on a collision course with a tornado? Meteorologist Alex Wilson uses Immersive Mixed Reality to demonstrate what you should and shouldn't do.

How Did The Weather Channel Make This Hurricane Graphic

The Weather Channel is attracting lots of attention for its eye-popping graphics that vividly illustrate the danger of storm surges. Viewers are loving the images, which look almost like a video game, complete with floating cars and digital fish. The Weather Channel uses the technology for other extreme weather events, including a 3D visualization of a tornado. “Best visual I’ve ever seen!” one social media comment read. Even late night TV...

A Tornado Hits The Weather Channel | IMR

We're taking you inside the weather like you've never seen it before. Jim Cantore battles the elements as a storm hits The Weather Channel.