FOX Weather Reports Episodes (8)
Weather Warriors: Heroes on the Front Line
A trip to the front lines with Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean as she profiles amazing stories of America's first responders who brave the worst elements to save lives.
The Wrath of Hurricane Andrew: Tragedy and Triumph 30 Years
Hosted by Bryan Norcross - credited with saving thousands of lives by his warnings. We'll re-live the storm that devastated South Florida and look at the changes that result—a massive overhaul of building codes, infrastructure, and emergency systems.
Ruin and Resurrection: The Fury of Hurricane Maria
Fox Weather Correspondent Nicole Valdes gives us a look at the ongoing attempts in Puerto Rico to rebuild and recover from the devastation of Hurricane Maria. The Category 5 storm killed at least 3,000 people and caused almost $100 billion in damage.
Surviving a Superstorm: The Lessons of Sandy
Fox Weather Meteorologist Amy Freeze witnessed this storm firsthand as a forecaster for a New York City television station and a Manhattan mom. We’ll re-live Sandy and look at lessons learned– plus profile first responders and see what obstacles remain to prevent a repeat tragedy.
FOX Weather Reports Clips
Ecotourism in Montana
Montana's wildlife is an enormous draw for its ecotourism industry. But recent extreme weather events like flooding kept the tourists away, impacting the state's fishing industry. FOX Weather's Robert Ray reports.
Yellowstone Park Impact & Future
After extreme weather forced the park to close sections to the public, it is set to reopen at the end of October. FOX Weather's Robert Ray speaks with the superintendent about its future and local communities who depend on its draw to keep them afloat.
Montana's Extreme Environment
Wildfires, floods, and intense heat. As the state of Montana heads into winter, what can people expect from the environment, as it still recovers from this year's natural disasters? FOX Weather's Robert Ray reports.
The New American Ranch
Ranching has been the backbone of Montana for generations and it's undergoing an evolution. As the region becomes more desirable, people from around the world are eyeing the land under the Big Sky. FOX Weather's Robert Ray reports on this change.