Florence and Michael won’t have another chance to wreak havoc in the Atlantic Basin.
More than 1,000 people were feared dead in Mozambique four days after a cyclone slammed into the country, submerging entire villages and leaving bodies floating in the floodwaters, the nation’s president said.
Some school districts in the high country will operate on a delay for Wednesday, March 6th due to extremely cold conditions.
Statewide Tornado Drill Scheduled For 9:30am On March 6th As Part Of NC Severe Weather Preparedness Week
This week is North Carolina’s annual Severe Weather Preparedness Week, which is a joint campaign between the National Weather Service and the North Carolina Department of Public Safety.
Black ice could be a problem in the High Country Wednesday morning.
Some area school districts have announced closures and delays for Wednesday, February 20th due to potentially hazardous winter weather conditions.
As portions of western and central North Carolina prepare for another round of winter weather expected to begin tonight, Governor Roy Cooper reminds people to be prepared and to be cautious when traveling in wintry conditions.
While 2018 was the fourth-warmest year on record, British meteorologists are predicting the next five years will be much hotter, maybe even record-breaking.
A sudden blast of warm air unleashed the dreaded polar vortex from its Arctic cage. Now, the Midwest is about to feel the effects of its icy grip.
Several schools in the our viewing area have announced delays due to potentially hazardous winter weather conditions.
A deadly arctic deep freeze has enveloped the Midwest, forcing widespread closure of schools, businesses and government offices.
About 250 million people will face below-freezing temperatures this week.
Wet and snowy conditions Tuesday will transition to dangerously cold conditions Wednesday.
More than 35 million people are under winter storm warnings after a deadly storm ripped through several states.
A mixed bag of precipitation will impact the region Saturday night into early Sunday.
Roughly 6,700 people in Mecklenburg County are still without power after a winter storm came rolling through North and South Carolina over the weekend.