Hurricane Ian leaves most of Fort Myers, Florida without water and power

Hurricane Ian leaves most of Fort Myers, Florida without water and power

The number of fatalities in Florida from Hurricane Ian is continuing to rise as officials begin to assess the destruction left in its wake. Search and rescue teams are working to evacuate Sanibel and Captiva islands after the causeway leading to the area collapsed. Meanwhile, the majority of Fort Myers, Florida, remained without water and power Friday. CBS News national correspondent Manuel Bojorquez reports.

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Hunters Urged To Practice Wildfire Safety

Hunters Urged To Practice Wildfire Safety

Texas A&M Forest Service reminds Texans to be careful with activities that may cause a wildfire this hunting season. he general season for white-tailed deer hunting opened Nov. 5 for all but the two westernmost counties in Texas. From 2017 to 2021, Texas A&M Forest Service responded to 3,682 wildfires that burned 1.4 million acres. During that time, 42% of wildfires occurred during the major hunting season months of September through January. “Texas A&M Forest Service…

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Forecast: Severe weather threat has ended; cooler Saturday morning

Forecast: Severe weather threat has ended; cooler Saturday morning

Here are the latest updates from the KVUE Storm Team. Author: Shane Hinton (KVUE), Jordan Darensbourg, Hunter Williams Published: 11:46 AM CST March 6, 2019 Updated: 8:32 AM CDT November 5, 2022 AUSTIN, Texas — The storms from Friday night have all passed, and we’re now dealing with much cooler temperatures to start your Saturday morning, with some areas, especially in the Hill Country, that are over 30 degrees cooler than Friday morning! With that,…

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Severe weather threat over for Central Texas; cooler by morning

Severe weather threat over for Central Texas; cooler by morning

All modes of severe weather are possible. AUSTIN, Texas — All eyes are on a strong Pacific cold front sweeping into Central Texas Friday afternoon, bringing an increasing likelihood of severe storms.  The Storm Prediction Center has now shifted the “enhanced” risk for storms toward the northeast, but this still includes Milam County. A majority of Central Texas is under a “slight” – level 2 out of 5 – risk for severe weather. The primary…

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Forecast: Severe weather threat has ended; 40s and 50s by Saturday morning

Forecast: Severe weather threat has ended; 40s and 50s by Saturday morning

Here are the latest updates from the KVUE Storm Team. AUSTIN, Texas — The severe threat has been lowered in the most recent update from the Storm Prediction Center, but we still very much have the possibility of some strong to severe storms through 10 p.m. this evening. The ‘enhanced’ risk area has been pushed to the NE largely out of the KVUE area, but the ‘slight’ – level 2 of 5 – risk remains…

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LIVE: Severe storms bring wind, tornado threat Friday afternoon into evening

LIVE: Severe storms bring wind, tornado threat Friday afternoon into evening

All modes of severe weather are possible. AUSTIN, Texas — Friday is a day where we want you to be weather aware. A strong Pacific cold front sweeps into Central Texas Friday afternoon, bringing an increasing likelihood of severe storms.  The Storm Prediction Center has now upgraded areas along and east of the Interstate 35 corridor to the “enhanced” – level 3 of 5 – risk for severe storms. The primary threats will be damaging…

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High winds, hail and possible tornadoes could be coming to Austin this evening

High winds, hail and possible tornadoes could be coming to Austin this evening

High winds are expected to rip through much of the Austin area as soon as this afternoon, with the possibility of damaging hail and tornadoes. The National Weather Service says Travis and Williamson counties could see wind speeds in excess of 60 mph, along with hail and an isolated chance of tornadoes, between 4 and 9 p.m. Friday. The NWS says stretches of Austin and Georgetown face the highest risk for severe winds and possible…

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Timeline: Severe storms bring wind, tornado threat Friday afternoon into evening

Timeline: Severe storms bring wind, tornado threat Friday afternoon into evening

All modes of severe weather are possible. AUSTIN, Texas — Friday is a day where we want you to be weather aware. A strong Pacific cold front sweeps into Central Texas Friday afternoon, bringing an increasing likelihood of severe storms.  The Storm Prediction Center has now upgraded areas along and east of the I-35 corridor to the ‘enhanced’ – level 3 of 5 – risk for severe storms. The primary threats will be damaging winds…

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Timeline: Severe storms bring wind & tornado threat Friday afternoon into Friday evening

Timeline: Severe storms bring wind & tornado threat Friday afternoon into Friday evening

All modes of severe weather are possible. AUSTIN, Texas — While we have been mainly dry through most of the week, that is expected to change as we head into Friday night and Saturday. Many high schools have moved their previously-scheduled Friday night games to Thursday night and, based on latest forecasts, that appears to be a wise decision. RELATED: LIST: Central Texas high school football games rescheduled due to severe weather threat Timing Friday…

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Timeline: Tracking possible severe weather for Friday afternoon and evening

Timeline: Tracking possible severe weather for Friday afternoon and evening

All modes of severe weather are possible. AUSTIN, Texas — While we have been mainly dry through most of the week, that is expected to change as we head into Friday night and Saturday. Many high schools have moved their previously-scheduled Friday night games to Thursday night and, based on latest forecasts, that appears to be a wise decision. Timing Friday looks to start off with a few isolated showers, which could cause some issues…

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Forecast: A few light showers Thursday; severe weather potential on Friday

Forecast: A few light showers Thursday; severe weather potential on Friday

Here are the latest updates from the KVUE Storm Team. Author: Shane Hinton (KVUE), Jordan Darensbourg, Hunter Williams Published: 11:46 AM CST March 6, 2019 Updated: 3:25 AM CDT November 3, 2022 AUSTIN, Texas — Another round of low clouds and patchy fog will develop across Central Texas Wednesday night. There could also be a few light passing showers during the overnight hours into Thursday morning. So the Thursday morning commute will be damp in…

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Timeline: Tracking severe weather possible for Friday afternoon and evening

Timeline: Tracking severe weather possible for Friday afternoon and evening

All modes of severe weather are possible. AUSTIN, Texas — While we have been mainly dry through most of the week, that is expected to change as we head into Friday night and Saturday. Many high schools have moved their previously-scheduled Friday night games to Thursday night and, based on latest forecasts, that appears to be a wise decision. Timing Friday looks to start off with a few isolated showers, which could cause some issues…

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