A private forecasting company is blaming the National Weather Service for a false tsunami alert sent to users’ mobile phones Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday morning around 8:30 a.m., social media was a buzz after many people in Connecticut received a weather text on their phone which looked as though it came from WTNH News 8.
Weather junkie John Grosso knew it was highly unlikely a monster wave was barreling toward the Connecticut coast. Still, when a tsunami warning appeared out of the blue on his phone Tuesday, he felt a twinge of fear.
Yes, it's a possibility, local zoo officials are warning.
Hurricane Irma strengthened into a dangerous Category 5 storm Tuesday as it roared toward the northeast Caribbean on a path toward the U.S.
Connecticut will be getting an early taste of mid-winter weather in the next week or two. While a lot of snow is not imminent, it will certainly be cold enough for some early-season snow. Last December was “off the charts” warm, and this December should be at least 10° colder than 2015. With this cold […]