Winter Storm impacts begin overnight.
Prepare now. It's the message you've been hearing for days leading up to the winter storm.
Governor Henry McMaster has declared a State of Emergency for South Carolina in preparation for this weekend's expected winter storm and urges residents to take precautions.
StarMed Healthcare will close almost all of its outdoor COVID-19 testing sites on Sunday due to the expected winter storm.
Blackhawk Hardware in South Charlotte says you'll need these item for a Winter Storm.
Kent Greene with Iredell County Emergency Management says preparations are underway for the winter storm.
Avery County Schools will be closed on Friday, January 14th due to the possibility of snow.
We have a chance to make another good dent in the drought monitor with widespread rain in the forecast on Sunday. The latest drought monitor (valid January 4th) shows improving drought conditions across both North and South Carolina. North…
Several schools in the WCCB viewing area will be closed or going fully remote on Friday, January 7th due to the possibility of inclement weather.
Frigid air is spilling into the Carolinas. Bundle up, stay warm and do not forget your 5 Ps of winter preparedness!
Winter Weather Alerts are now in effect for parts of the region through Friday morning.
Another system will bring snow to the mountains on Thursday with scattered showers expected across the Piedmont.
Wet streets and sidewalks will turn to ice as temperatures fall below freezing overnight.
A strong storm system moving across North Carolina is bringing high winds, flooding, downed trees, power outages and snow in some areas. Governor Roy Cooper is urging North Carolinians to exercise caution during this severe weather today.
From severe storms to snow, we've got a little bit of everything on the way through Monday morning! Read the details for your neighborhood here.
Portions of North Carolina could see severe storms, heavy rain, significant snowfall, gusty winds, and coastal flooding over the next 12-24 hours. Governor Cooper urges residents to stay aware of the local weather forecast.
WCCB, Charlotte's CW