Winter Storm Ravages South With Cute, Record-Breaking Little Snowfall 

Dennis Mersereau · 02/26/15 04:37PM

Much of the southern United States is cleaning up this afternoon from last night's cute li'l snowfall that produced record-breaking totals from Texas to Virginia. Up to a foot of snow fell on some small towns in northern Alabama we never hear about unless there's a tornado outbreak.

Man Takes Harrowing Video as a Powerful Tornado Destroys His Business

Dennis Mersereau · 12/29/14 11:56PM

An outbreak of severe weather across the southeastern United States last week produced six tornadoes, one of which produced major damage in the small Mississippi town of Columbia. Within one of the many buildings destroyed by this tornado's 165 MPH winds was a man who caught the whole ordeal on video.

New Radar Technology Confirms Damaging Tornado in the Dead of Night

Dennis Mersereau · 04/07/14 02:20PM

The only thing more dangerous than a tornado is a tornado that occurs at night. People have some weird need to want to see the tornado before they seek shelter or take any other action. Seeing a tornado at night is usually almost impossible, but last night it wasn't. Meteorologists at the National Weather Service in Jackson, Mississippi were able to confirm the presence of a damaging tornado last night based completely on radar data, proving the effectiveness of its new dual-polarization technology.