hurricanes

The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Hurricane Footage These 'Storm Chasers' Took Will Make Your Palms Sweat

The duo claims they're doing a "public service" by filming themselves wading around in flooded casinos and parking garages during the worst of Hurricane Nate.
Drew Schwartz
10.9.17
Views My Own

Trump's Response to Puerto Rico Is Shameful

FEMA is delivering aid, and Trump has promised to visit. But as you might expect, the president is making a horrible situation worse with bizarre, defensive statements.
Eve Peyser
9.26.17
Extreme weather

I Fly Planes Through Hurricanes for a Living

Meet Commander Scott Price, a US government "Hurricane Hunter" who has seen some things.
Scott Price as told to Rick Paulas
9.25.17
harvey

What Happens to Prison Inmates Caught in Hurricanes?

Texas prisoners say they went days without running water after Harvey.
Michael Patrick Welch
9.19.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Guy Drove His Car into the Living Room to Keep It Safe from Hurricane Matthew

At least if the power went out, he could just switch on the car's headlights.
Mike Pearl
10.7.16
Stuff

The Storm of the Century: Al Roker's New Book Explores the Hurricane of 1900

In 1900, a huge hurricane tore through Galveston, Texas. It would come to be known as "The Great Storm."
Lance Scott Walker
8.30.15
into the weird

Hurricanes and Projectile Vomiting Painkillers

I had thrown up before during Hurricane Marilyn, but this was when I was seven years old, and drugs and alcohol were not the cause. Rather, it was the sounds of my childhood home crumpling on top of my family as we huddled in a closet that made me...
Sophie Saint Thomas
7.20.13
Music

Make It Rain on the South Sound

For the past six months I’ve been playing in an amazing studio space in Gowanus, Brooklyn called the South Sound. In addition to offering up 13 practice rooms, the space housed two meticulously built recording studios. Unfortunately, Sandy wiped it off...
Vinnie Rotondaro
11.20.12
Question Of The Day

How Did Sandy Affect You?

New Yorkers who were used to getting wine delivered to their doors, manicures at 3 AM, and never walking more than two blocks to get coffee suddenly couldn’t find bread at grocery stores, hot water to take showers, or even a cup of coffee.
VICE Staff
11.2.12
News

The Destruction of Breezy Point

Two nights ago during Hurricane Sandy, while many New Yorkers were crying about having no internet, the people in Breezy Point, Queens, watched their neighborhood become a water-logged, flame-engulfed vision of hell.
Wes Enzinna
10.31.12
tech

Hurricane Sandy's Rat Problem

If the flooding happened after dominant rats took to the surface and drove the weaklings underground to die, New York City's rat population may have just gotten stronger.
Adam Clark Estes
10.31.12
Photos

That Was Some Blow Job

In case you just woke up from a coma in Montana (if so, congrats!) and haven't heard, the Eastern Seaboard of the United States got fucked up real bad last night. Hurricane Sandy, a massive orgy of three separate weather systems, made us wait around...
Photos: Vito Fun, Taji Ameen, and Jade Katz
10.30.12