Latest "Hurricane Fiona" News

09/25/2022

Hurricane Fiona: drone video of destruction in Puerto Rico

Drone video of destruction in Salinas after hurricane Fiona hit the island. Source: CNNMore local videos here: https://bit.ly/2Pa0d1lSubscribe to NEXT: http:...

Source: YouTube

09/25/2022

Hurricane Fiona sweeps away houses, knocks out power in eastern Canada

Fiona transformed from a hurricane into a post-tropical storm late Friday, but it still had hurricane-strength winds and brought drenching rains and huge waves. There was no confirmation of fatalit…

Source: New York Post

09/24/2022

Hurricane Fiona to wallop Canada as one of its strongest storms on record

A Friday morning forecast said Fiona "will be a severe event for Atlantic Canada and eastern Quebec."

Source: Axios

09/24/2022

Hurricane Fiona likely to be 'extreme weather event' as it barrels toward eastern Canada, forecasters warn

Deadly Hurricane Fiona has weakened slightly to a Category 3 storm but is still packing forceful winds of 125 mph as it barrels toward Canada's Atlantic coast.

Source: CNN

09/24/2022

Hurricane Fiona Targeting Canada After Battering Bermuda

Hurricane Fiona battered Bermuda this morning, unleashing strong winds and knocking out power to about half of the island. Now, the storm is heading north to...

Source: YouTube

09/23/2022

Hurricane Fiona slams Bermuda

Hurricane Fiona slammed Bermuda with heavy rains and winds as the powerful storm makes its way across the Caribbean. Errol Barnett has more on its devastatin...

Source: YouTube

09/22/2022

Fearsome Hurricane Fiona could be Canada's strongest-ever storm

Canadians are bracing for what could be the strongest storm to ever hit their country's coast.

Source: CNN

09/22/2022

Here's what Hurricane Fiona's surf looked like, from atop a 50-foot wave

An ocean SailDrone captured rare, dramatic footage of the Category 4 hurricane as it approached Bermuda

Source: The Washington Post

09/22/2022

Biden promises federal government will fully cover a month of aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona

President Joe Biden announced the federal government would fully cover the costs related to the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico for the next month.

Source: CNBC

09/22/2022

Hurricane Fiona impacts in Maine, Canadian Maritimes - NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH

The latest forecast calls for the strongest storm in history to hit the Canadian Maritimes.

Source: NewsCenterMaine.com WCSH-WLBZ

09/22/2022

Many across Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic still have no power or running water as Hurricane Fiona churns toward Bermuda

More than a million people in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic are waking up without power or running water again Thursday as crews work to repair critical utilities disabled by Hurricane Fiona -- now a Category 4 monster heading toward Bermuda.

Source: CNN

09/21/2022

Hurricane Fiona path: Bermuda to face waves, winds

Strengthening Hurricane Fiona headed toward Bermuda as much of Puerto Rico remains without power. Latest updates.

Source: USA Today

09/21/2022

Hurricane Fiona strengthens to Category 4 storm after devastating Puerto Rico

Hurricane Fiona has been upgraded to a Category 4 storm after devastating Puerto Rico. Many on the island are still without power and clean water. David Begn...

Source: YouTube

09/21/2022

Ruinous Hurricane Fiona reaches Category 4 as it moves north, leaving disaster-stricken areas to begin slow road to recovery

Hurricane Fiona has escalated into a Category 4 storm as it continues its catastrophic path northward on Wednesday, leaving behind disaster-stricken communities in Puerto Rico, Turks and Caicos and the Dominican Republic who must now begin working toward reco…

Source: CNN

09/21/2022

Tuesday night tropical update: Hurricane Fiona and Invest 98

Chief Meteorologist Chris Franklin breaks down the possible steering if Invest 98 eventually moves into the GulfApproaching the Caribbean is of more interest...

Source: YouTube

09/20/2022

Hurricane Fiona strengthens to Category 3; 'Big part' of Puerto Rico will have power by Wednesday, governor and utility say

Source: Google News

09/20/2022

Hurricane Fiona strengthens to Category 3; 'Big part' of Puerto Rico will have power by Wednesday, governor and utility say

Fiona became a Category 3 storm overnight, knocking out power to 80% of Puerto Rico. In the Dominican Republic, 1 million are without running water.

Source: USA Today

09/20/2022

More than 1 million were left without running water after Hurricane Fiona ripped through the Dominican Republic. It's only expected to get stronger

Hurricane Fiona is continuing its ruinous path Tuesday after devastating Puerto Rico with flooding rain then ripping through the Dominican Republic, where more than a million people were left without running water and dozens of homes were destroyed.

Source: CNN

09/20/2022

Hurricane Fiona slams Dominican Republic after knocking out power in Puerto Rico and causing "catastrophic" damage

Authorities in the U.S. territory said it was too early to know the full scope of damage from an expansive storm that was still forecast to unleash torrential rain across Puerto Rico on Monday.

Source: CBS News

09/19/2022

Hurricane Fiona updates: Puerto Rico goes dark amid historic flooding

Hurricane Fiona strikes the Dominican Republic, leaving historic rainfall, flooding and an island-wide power outage behind in Puerto Rico. Updates.

Source: USA Today

09/19/2022

Hurricane Fiona makes landfall in Dominican Republic as most of Puerto Rico remains without power

Hurricane Fiona made landfall in the Dominican Republic early Monday after slamming Puerto Rico with heavy rain, life-threatening flooding and an islandwide power outage.

Source: CNN

09/19/2022

Hurricane Fiona cuts Puerto Rico brings power, brings "catastrophic" flooding

How quickly power is restored will be a key test for utility operators on the island.

Source: Axios

09/18/2022

Puerto Rico without power as Hurricane Fiona makes landfall

Fiona, a Category 1 storm, was expected to unleash life-threatening rainfall and dangerous mudslides in the U.S. territory, home to 3.2M people.

Source: USA Today