While Louisiana, Mississippi and parts of Texas brace for high winds and torrents of rain from what is expected to become Hurricane Isaac, for much of Southwest Georgia, the storm is only expected to offer much-needed rain.
Isaac is on the verge of ballooning into a hurricane Tuesday that could flood the coasts of four states with storm surge and heavy rains.
Up to 4,800 Marine and sailor evacuees are being housed temporarily at MCLB-Albany while Tropical Storm Isaac remains a threat to the Gulf Coast.
The U.S. government says 78 percent of the oil production in the Gulf of Mexico has been halted in preparation for Tropical Storm Isaac.
Tropical Storm Isaac churned toward the northern Gulf Coast early Monday and promised to give the Republican National Convention a good drenching after lashing the Florida Keys with wind and rain but apparently causing little damage.
Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands braced for torrential rains on Thursday as Tropical Storm Isaac whipped up waves as high as 10 feet (3 meters) in the Caribbean and threatened to become a hurricane that could take a shot at Florida just as Republicans gather for their national convention.
As Georgia suffers a drought, USDA Deputy Secretary Kathleen Merrigan says any farm bill is better than none.
A major concern that Tropical Storm Debby is causing is flooding from Louisiana to Florida and up into South Georgia and Alabama.
Most of the heavy rain from a weekend tropical storm fell in southeast Georgia along the coast.
On one of the biggest beach holidays of the year, the Georgia and Florida coasts are being inundated with wind and rain as Tropical Storm Beryl rolls on shore.
Four reported dead, dozens are injured and some are trapped in their homes after a powerful storm system battered southwest Missouri.
Asante gives his professional predication on the upcoming spring.
Searchers in the Birmingham area were going from house-to-house early Monday in an effort to rescue people trapped in their homes.
North Georgia remains uinder a flash flood watch until noon.
Tropical Storm Lee dumped more than a foot of rain in New Orleans and spun off tornadoes elsewhere Sunday as its center came ashore in a slow crawl north that raised fears of inland flash flooding in the Deep South and beyond.