Harmony Mendoza, WVTM 13

Harmony Mendoza


Birmingham, AL, United States

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Past articles by Harmony:

Wildfire clouds may have big impacts on the stratosphere

The fire is located at the Environmental Landfill Inc., which was largely unregulated by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management because the landfill was only supposed to accept green waste. → Read More

Alabama is susceptible to flooding year-round

Alabama is susceptible to flooding year-round due to its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico and the nearly unlimited supply of moisture it provides. → Read More

Sea ice hit a record low, Earth had its 7th warmest January ever

Arctic sea ice extent in January was about 243,000 square miles below the 1991-2020 average. This marks the third-smallest January extent in the 45-year record. → Read More

Severe Weather Awareness week in Central Alabama

Central Alabama will see several varieties of severe weather throughout the year. → Read More

Drought improved across the Lower 48 now flooding is a concern

The Mississippi River dropped to its lowest water levels in a decade near Memphis, Tennessee, and Vicksburg, Mississippi, closing off a vital channel to barge traffic at a crucial time of year for crop transportation. → Read More

2022 Atlantic hurricane season ends today, Nov. 30, 2022

Hurricane Ian tied for the 5th strongest hurricane ever to make landfall in the U.S. → Read More

Earth had its 4th warmest October since weather records began

October 2022 ranking as the world’s fourth-warmest October in 143 years. → Read More

Winterize your vehicle, Weather Awareness Week in central Alabama

Fully check and winterize your vehicle before the winter season begins. → Read More

Goodwill Alabama is expanding its reach into the Center Point community

"Changing Lives Through the Power of Work" Goodwill Alabama → Read More

Gusty winds in central Alabama, tracking Nicole in the Atlantic

Tropical Storm Nicole is forecast to bring showers and gusty winds to central Alabama. → Read More

Riverkeepers donate films to 18 Birmingham Public Libraries

18 Birmingham Public Libraries now house the “Southern Exposure” films series aimed to help educate the public about Alabama’s natural resources → Read More

Total lunar eclipse will turn the moon blood red on Election Day

A total eclipse will last for nearly 90 minutes from coast to coast across the U.S. → Read More

50 Years Ago, the Clean Water Act of 1972 changed history

Industrial waste and sewage threatened our drinking water, and wetlands disappeared at an alarming rate. → Read More

2022 Winter Outlook: Warmer, drier South with ongoing La Nina

This year La Niña returns for the third consecutive winter → Read More

Ian is 15th billion-dollar disaster in 2022 so far

The U.S. was hit with 15 separate billion-dollar weather and climate disasters in the first nine months of the year → Read More

Hurricane Season September 2022: Hurricane Ian aftermath

Sep. 29 - Oct. 3, the National Geodetic Survey collected aerial damage assessment images in the aftermath of Ian. → Read More

Birmingham police investigating a homicide in downtown

Police have yet to say how many victims are involved or what led to the shooting. We have crew there to find out more information. → Read More

Hurricane season: Could Hurricane Ian be classified as a Cat 5

Ian came ashore on Florida's Gulf Coast with winds of 155 miles per hour, placing it just shy of a Category 5 → Read More

Hurricane Ian forecast to strengthen quickly as it heads for Florida

Hurricane Ian is expected to become a major hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. Here's the latest update and forecast models. → Read More

Hurricane Season update mid-season 2022

Mid-Hurricane Season, we now have our first major hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean → Read More