New tropical storm forms off southern Mexico

New tropical storm forms off southern Mexico

MEXICO CITY — A new tropical storm has formed far off Mexico’s southern coast, and the U.S. National Hurricane Center says it’s likely to reach hurricane strength, though without threatening land. Tropical Storm Barbara was centered about 850 miles (1,370 kilometers) south of the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula on Sunday and was heading to the west-northwest into the open Pacific Ocean at a relatively brisk 16 mph (26 kph). The Hurricane Center…

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The Democratic Party Attempts To Pivot To The Future — Ready Or Not

The Democratic Party Attempts To Pivot To The Future — Ready Or Not

When history looks back on the first round of debates among Democrats in the 2020 presidential cycle, it will see a generational milestone. Both nights of the twin bill in Miami put the spotlight on a national party in transition, loosening the bonds of its past and looking ahead to new personalities to propel its future. Parties are about people, and also about ideas. The ideas openly discussed this week included free tuition at public…

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Spain: Major wildfire contained but heat wave remains a risk

MADRID — Authorities in Spain say they have contained a major wildfire in the northeastern Catalonia region. But they warn that wind and temperatures forecast to remain around 40 C (104 F) could give the blaze fresh impetus Saturday. Miquel Buch, the regional interior minister, says the fire is close to being brought under control in the hilly area where it is still burning after four days. Almost 500 firefighters were at the scene. He…

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Authorities to access safety measures at Dudley..

Authorities to access safety measures at Dudley..

SAN MARCOS, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – The Kunze family went to the 5 Mile Dam Wednesday afternoon for a quick dip. Wyatt Kunze’s older sister Cheryl Patterson said she saw him swim out to deep waters and panic, she swam out to him, and then he began to pull her under. “The thing that hurts me still is I had to push him away to try and get air just to be able to…

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Vet receives a free roof after losing one to Florence

Vet receives a free roof after losing one to Florence

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — After a Navy career lasting 20 years, a Wilmington veteran is receiving a major salute for his service, and it couldn’t come at a better time. Hank Weaver lost his roof to Hurricane Florence, and a loved one had received a life-changing diagnosis. – Advertisement – Friday morning, Step Up for Soldiers and Monarch Roofing surprised Weaver, announcing they will construct a new roof at his home in Wilmington. Weaver’s girlfriend…

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Four townhomes damaged in fire at Caddell Woods in Wake Forest

Four townhomes damaged in fire at Caddell Woods in Wake Forest

Wake Forest, N.C. — Four townhomes were damaged Friday – one was a total loss – in a fire at the Caddell Woods subdivision in Wake Forest. The fire was reported at 2914 Gross Ave., but firefighters had yet to determine where it had started or the precise cause. From Sky 5, holes could be seen in the roofs of at least three units of a four-unit group. One person taken to the hospital with minor…

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Spanish wildfire erupts after dung pile spontaneously combusts: Investigators

Spanish wildfire erupts after dung pile spontaneously combusts: Investigators

MADRID — Firefighters and aircraft battled for a third straight day Friday to contain a major wildfire that started in a pile of chicken dung and raced across the hills of northeastern Spain amid a heat wave. Authorities said more than 700 firefighters, eight helicopters and six water-dropping aircraft aimed to slow the fire’s progress until nightfall, when cooler temperatures might give them an advantage. A stiff breeze was driving the flames in the direction…

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First East Pacific hurricane forms, then weakens off Mexico

First East Pacific hurricane forms, then weakens off Mexico

MEXICO CITY — The first hurricane of the Eastern Pacific season has formed and faded far off the coast of Mexico. The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Alvin’s maximum sustained winds hit nearly 75 mph (120 kph) Thursday evening, but slipped back below hurricane threshold to 70 mph (110 kph) by Friday morning. It’s expected to continue weakening while moving roughly northwestward over open seas. The storm was centered about 535 miles (860 kilometers) southwest…

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Tropical Integrated Warning Team meeting helps agencies prepare during hurricane season

Tropical Integrated Warning Team meeting helps agencies prepare during hurricane season

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Hurricane season is well underway. Even though it’s been a quiet season so far, agencies from North and South Carolina came together for what’s called a Tropical Integrated Warning Team Meeting. Agencies including Emergency Management from New Hanover and Brunswick counties participated. – Advertisement – The National Weather Service hosted the event. Teams talked about a variety of things from hurricane evacuations to forecasting….

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Hampstead woman loses home in Florence, surprised with help 10 months later

Hampstead woman loses home in Florence, surprised with help 10 months later

Church members from Detroit helped rebuild a woman’s home in Hampstead. (Photo: Kylie Jones/WWAY) HAMPSTEAD, NC (WWAY) — It’s been almost 10 months since Hurricane Florence tore apart homes throughout our area. As the storms come and go, this one hit home for 89-year-old Jeannine Smith. Smith had to gut most of her Hampstead home. – Advertisement – With the help of some visitors, 10 months later she says she is finally starting to see that…

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Wildfire rages in northeastern Spain, 53 evacuated

Wildfire rages in northeastern Spain, 53 evacuated

MADRID — Hundreds of firefighters struggled Thursday to contain a wildfire in northeastern Spain that has spread over 5,500 hectares (13,590 acres) and forced the evacuation of 53 residents. A Spanish military unit with 120 specialists joined local firefighters who had worked overnight to control the blaze that sent thick plumes of smoke over difficult, hilly terrain near the Ebro River. Miquel Buch, the regional interior minister, said 20,000 hectares were under threat in what…

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More than 3 million cubic yards of Florence debris converted into free mulch

More than 3 million cubic yards of Florence debris converted into free mulch

Mulch made from Hurricane Florence debris spread across several acres at the New Hanover County Landfill on June 26, 2019. (Photo: Kate Cornell/WWAY) NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The New Hanover County Department of Environmental Management has turned nothing into something, and that something is pretty dirty, but in a great way. There was more than 3 million cubic yards of vegetative debris collected in the county after Hurricane Florence. It has been converted…

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US 421 bridge work continues after Florence washout

US 421 bridge work continues after Florence washout

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter The NCDOT decided to replace the road with a pair of bridges to prevent the problem from happening again. NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — More than nine months after Hurricane Florence repairs to a major roadway continue to progress. Flooding from Florence washed out a section of US 421 near the New Hanover-Pender county line. – Advertisement – The NCDOT decided to replace the road with a pair…

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Photos show severity of flooding in Rio Grande Valley

Photos show severity of flooding in Rio Grande Valley

A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night. A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night. Photo: Sumbitted: Rose Ramirez Photo: Sumbitted: Rose Ramirez Image 1 of / 9 Caption Close Image 1 of 9 A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night. A photo of flooding in Raymondville, Texas after storms hit the area Monday night….

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Smoke from U.S. wildfires may cause spike in premature deaths as climate change makes blazes worse

Smoke from U.S. wildfires may cause spike in premature deaths as climate change makes blazes worse

BILLINGS, Mont. — Climate change in the Western U.S. means more intense and frequent wildfires churning out waves of smoke that scientists say will sweep across the continent to affect tens of millions of people and cause a spike in premature deaths. That emerging reality is prompting people in cities and rural areas alike to prepare for another summer of sooty skies along the West Coast and in the Rocky Mountains – the regions widely…

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Smoke from US wildfires boosting health risk for millions

Smoke from US wildfires boosting health risk for millions

By MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press BILLINGS, Mont. — Climate change in the Western U.S. means more intense and frequent wildfires churning out waves of smoke that scientists say will sweep across the continent to affect tens of millions of people and cause a spike in premature deaths. That emerging reality is prompting people in cities and rural areas alike to prepare for another summer of sooty skies along the West Coast and in the Rocky…

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For These Young, Nontraditional College Students, Adulting Is A Requirement

They are early-risers and hard-workers, they have a “talent for struggling through” and the determination that follows. Some are the first in their family to go to college — or even graduate from high school — and many are financially independent from their parents. They’re often struggling to pay for rent, groceries and transportation while taking classes. And that means working while in school — in retail, on campus or even with a lawn care…

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Expected scattered storms around Houston could bring flooding, small hail

Expected scattered storms around Houston could bring flooding, small hail

Forecasters predict more scattered showers and thunderstorms for the Houston area Tuesday. >> Click through the following gallery to see flooding photos from Monday, June 25, in Houston. Forecasters predict more scattered showers and thunderstorms for the Houston area Tuesday. >> Click through the following gallery to see flooding photos from Monday, June 25, in Houston. Photo: National Weather Service Photo: National Weather Service Image 1 of / 32 Caption Close Image 1 of 32…

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Teens help those affected by Hurricane Florence, Matthew

Teens help those affected by Hurricane Florence, Matthew

Mission Serve replaces a roof on a damaged home in Tabor City on 6/24/19. (Photo: Matt Bennett/WWAY) COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Plenty of people in our region are still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Now some are getting relief, thanks to students willing to sacrifice part of their summer break to help others. “Spreading the love of Christ in a practical way,” that’s this year’s slogan for Mission Serve. Mission Serve is…

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Monday's Storm Created Thousands Of Power Outages And It's Probably Not Over Yet

Monday's Storm Created Thousands Of Power Outages And It's Probably Not Over Yet

More than 23,000 CPS Energy customers were left without power in the immediate wake a storm that blew through the city before rush hour on Monday afternoon, according to the city-owned utility. CPS Energy reported outages across the city with the heaviest concentrations around the Medical Center area, Leon Valley, Helotes, west of Universal City and on the southeast side near Loop 410. Texas Public Radio, located in the Medical Center, was knocked off the air for…

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Afternoon Storms Bring Flash Flooding, Knock Out Power To San Antonio

Afternoon Storms Bring Flash Flooding, Knock Out Power To San Antonio

Central Bexar County is under a flash flood warning as thunderstorms dump heavy rains on San Antonio, according to the National Weather Service. Storms that hit Monday afternoon also caused power outages stretching from the North Side to the Northwest Side. Approximately 22,000 people were without power as of shortly before 4 p.m., according to CPS Energy’s outage map. “Our crews will work until everyone affected has their power restored,” said Rudy Garza, senior vice president of…

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Blucher Institute Partners with Colorado State Researchers to Study Hurricane Harvey

Blucher Institute Partners with Colorado State Researchers to Study Hurricane Harvey

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – During the month of June 2019, the Conrad Blucher Institute at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi acted as home base for a group of students from Colorado State University as they completed a four-week immersion program called the Ethnographic Field School for Risk and Disaster. The program marks the first collaboration between the Blucher Institute and Colorado State and is the first field school of its kind in the U.S., program officials…

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East side neighbors frustrated with flooding issues

East side neighbors frustrated with flooding issues

SAN ANTONIO — Neighbors in Eastwood Village say they have a flooding problem. The community says issues with flooding are an ongoing concern because every time it rains, from a major downpour to a fast-moving storm, the streets in their neighborhood flood, and massive amounts of debris clog the drains. Neighbors are then forced to clean up the trash and debris left behind when the water recedes. Ruben Guerrero is a past president of the…

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Volunteers needed as clean-up continues following record flooding at Mountain Island Lake

Volunteers needed as clean-up continues following record flooding at Mountain Island Lake

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — More than a week after Mountain Island Lake crested at near-historic levels, homeowners along the water are still struggling to clean up their properties. Some of the hardest-hit communities are located along the Catawba River,  just downstream of the Mountain Island Dam. Calvary Baptist Church’s Pastor Jack Homesley has been down trying to marshal volunteers for families who either can’t afford or aren’t physically able to gut their homes. “People really just…

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Repairs could take up to 48 hours after Charlotte water main break causes flooding

Repairs could take up to 48 hours after Charlotte water main break causes flooding

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Fire Department responded to the intersection of Freedom Drive and West Morehead Street for a large water main break, according to the City of Charlotte’s twitter. The intersection is closed to traffic for both vehicles and pedestrians, officials say. In addition to impacting businesses in the area, the break impacted Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. The airport has not specified exactly what the break caused there, but NBC Charlotte has reached out…

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Houston Newsmakers for June 23: Hurricane season special

Houston Newsmakers for June 23: Hurricane season special

HOUSTON – Judge Hidalgo, Mayor Turner working together to be ready With the start of the 2019 hurricane season, the leaders of Harris County and the city of Houston say they are as ready as they can be. “The departments are meeting almost every week and sometimes several times a week between the city and the county,” said Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. “Just like we’re sitting side by side, we’re working side by side together.”…

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Charlotte water main break causes flooding, impacts traffic and airport

Charlotte water main break causes flooding, impacts traffic and airport

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte Fire Department responded to the intersection of Freedom Drive and West Morehead Street for a large water main break, according to the City of Charlotte’s twitter. The intersection is closed to traffic for both vehicles and pedestrians, officials say. In addition to impacting businesses in the area, the break has impacted Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. The airport has not specified exactly what the break has caused there, but NBC Charlotte has…

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Discover Houston water parks: Lots of family water fun at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown

Discover Houston water parks: Lots of family water fun at Hurricane Harbor Splashtown

HOUSTON – Throughout the summer, KPRC2 will be featuring Houston’s many water parks in hopes of inspiring fun for you and your family. Sunday’s featured water park: Hurricane Harbor Splashtown The slides: Among those for thrill seekers are the Big Spin and Paradise Plunge, but there are also two interactive areas for kids as well as a lazy river and some rides the whole family can go on together. Kid-friendly rides: There are a variety of rides…

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Ribbon-cutting ceremony unveils new Yarrabee Bend

Ribbon-cutting ceremony unveils new Yarrabee Bend

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – Parks officials and Austin city leaders gathered at the Onion Creek Metropolitan Park Sunday morning for a ribbon-cutting ceremony unveiling the new Yarrabee Bend. The new part of the park features nearly 190 acres of natural parkland and recreational space for all to enjoy. On Saturday Tom Herrera joined dozens of people for the unveiling. Herrera has already utilized the park and says he looks forward to taking his…

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What to do when a hurricane is headed your way

What to do when a hurricane is headed your way

CLOSE Corpus Christi is preparing hurricane evacuation for those without reliable transportation. David Silva Ramirez and Courtney M Sacco, Wochit In the midst of hurricane season, state and local agencies are preparing for the worst. Evacuation drills have commenced throughout Corpus Christi, including an airlift drill on June 12 and a bus evacuation exercise Friday. When it comes to hurricane season, personal preparation is also key. But what should you do once hurricane landfall is imminent? This guide covers…

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‘Drought’ film continues to progress after Florence delays production

‘Drought’ film continues to progress after Florence delays production

Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Megan Petersen and Hannah Black edit the last bits of their film “Drought” on June 21, 2019. (Photo: Kate Cornell/WWAY) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A couple years ago we told you about a film called “Drought.”The creators, Hannah Black and Megan Petersen, entered and won the “Hometown Heroes” Film Competition in 2017. Now they’re almost done. Winning the contest helped fund their production, but they still need a little help….

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Severe weather: Storms, damaging winds knock out power to thousands in Raleigh, Fayetteville areas

Severe weather: Storms, damaging winds knock out power to thousands in Raleigh, Fayetteville areas

Severe storms moved through central North Carolina on Thursday, knocking down trees and flooding some streets. According to Duke Energy’s outage map, thousands of people were without power Friday morning. Friday’s storms brought hail and wind gusts above 50 mph in some areas. The storms moved in hours after ABC11’s First Alert weather said central North Carolina was at an elevated risk for severe weather. Severe weather safety: Tornado do’s and dont’s Friday is the…

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Council unanimously supports ending West Austin..

Council unanimously supports ending West Austin..

AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) – “It’s just a little disappointing that they already had their minds made up today,” said Deanne Breedlove, a Lake Austin homeowner. Property owners addressed City Council Thursday morning: frustrated by their elected officials. “I find it egregious that we were informed of this decision less than 2 weeks ago in the paper and it was divisive and inflammatory as if we were stealing from the poor,” said one property…

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Greenville Church Pastor Credits ‘Divine Intervention’ For Decision To Cancel Evening Service Before Severe Weather

GREENVILLE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A church pastor in Greenville credits divine invention after he canceled an evening service minutes before a severe storm nearly destroyed the house of worship. Highland Terrace Baptist Church Pastor Chet Haney looked into his church’s severely damaged preschool room on Thursday and wondered, “what if?” Highland Terrace Baptist Church Pastor Chet Haney (CBS 11) “It’s actually my granddaughter’s Sunday school room it’s completely demolished something fell out of the sky…

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Severe weather moving into the Triangle

Severe weather moving into the Triangle

By Elizabeth Gardner and Aimee Wilmoth, WRAL meteorologists Raleigh, N.C. — The severe weather preceding a cool front started around 2:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon with a tornado warning for parts of Caswell and Halifax counties, that has since expired. Much of North Carolina is under the threat of severe thunderstorms through 10 p.m. A watch includes 61 counties, including the Triangle area. Damaging winds, hail and isolated tornadoes are possible. “Stay weather alert,” said WRAL…

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News Roundup: Weather Service Is Working To Determine If Greenville Was Hit By A Tornado

News Roundup: Weather Service Is Working To Determine If Greenville Was Hit By A Tornado

The Standard’s news roundup gives you a quick hit of interesting, sometimes irreverent, and breaking news stories from all over the state. Meteorologists with the National Weather Service Office in Fort Worth will visit another North Texas town Thursday to assess weather damage. They’ll be trying to figure out if Greenville, in Hunt County, was hit by a tornado Wednesday. Bianca Garcia is meteorologist with the National Weather Service. She says a supercell did develop…

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Storms bring tornadoes, floods, power outages across the US

Storms bring tornadoes, floods, power outages across the US

By JEFF MARTIN and JAY REEVES, Associated Press ATLANTA — Potent thunderstorms have been blamed for one death and left more than 200,000 people without power across the southern United States — and fierce winds were expected to wallop parts of several states as new storms form Thursday, forecasters said. Fallen trees ripped down power lines and crashed into buildings along a line from Texas to Alabama overnight and into Thursday morning, the national Storm…

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70 mph wind gusts possible this afternoon during severe weather

70 mph wind gusts possible this afternoon during severe weather

By Elizabeth Gardner and Aimee Wilmoth, WRAL meteorologists Raleigh, N.C. — Damaging winds, hail and isolated tornadoes are possible Thursday as a round of severe weather moves through our area. “Stay weather alert,” said WRAL meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth of the level 3 out of 5 risk for severe weather that stretches across the entire viewing area. According to Wilmoth, the timing of the storms will be late afternoon through the evening commute, with an estimated…

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Tornados in Texas, flooding in Northeast, 200K without power

Tornados in Texas, flooding in Northeast, 200K without power

Updated 8:49 am CDT, Thursday, June 20, 2019 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Damaging storms have left more than 200,000 people without power across the southern United States, and forecasters say more are on the way. The Storm Prediction Center says wind damage including fallen trees that pulled down power lines and struck buildings happened along a line from Texas to Alabama. A few isolated tornadoes were reported, damaging roofs in the northeast Texas city of Greenville….

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Hurricane Hugo 30th anniversary: Remembering the storm all others are compared to

Hurricane Hugo 30th anniversary: Remembering the storm all others are compared to

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The night before Hugo was expected to impact the Carolinas, NBC Charlotte’s Larry Sprinkle said he was on his way home from a station event when his instincts told him to check on the status of the storm.  After the system made landfall near Charleston, S.C., it began to work its way inland. This immediately raised the level of concern.  “Hurricanes don’t come this far inland,” he said. “They don’t come to…

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Storms, damaging winds, to push into Charlotte

Storms, damaging winds, to push into Charlotte

(FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – A cold front will swing through Thursday and fire up strong to severe storms this afternoon and evening. The storms will start developing between the hours of 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. and race eastward across the FOX 46 Charlotte viewing area until sunset. Damaging winds and hail will be the main concerns and to a lesser extent heavy rain with a slim tornado threat as well. The better chances for any…

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Severe weather: Storms, damaging winds, to push into Raleigh, Fayetteville areas Thursday afternoon

Severe weather: Storms, damaging winds, to push into Raleigh, Fayetteville areas Thursday afternoon

NORTH CAROLINA (WTVD) — ABC11 is in First Alert Mode as central North Carolina is at risk for severe weather on Thursday.Residents in the ABC11 viewing area are at an enhanced risk or level three of five. There are more than 86 million Americans under the threat of severe weather today, and the bullseye is right over our viewing area. Biggest threats=damaging winds & hail. #ncwx pic.twitter.com/W602YI81DR — Don Schwenneker (@BigweatherABC11) June 20, 2019 Don…

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Severe Weather Late Day

Severe Weather Late Day

After a mostly sunny and calm start to the day, the area will turn rather active this afternoon as a cold front gets pulled in and winds aloft strengthen. This will trigger showers and t-storms and bring the threat of severe weather to us again. There are more than 86 million Americans under the threat of severe weather today, and the bullseye is right over our viewing area. Biggest threats=damaging winds & hail. #ncwx pic.twitter.com/W602YI81DR…

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Stay alert: Risk for severe weather increases across central NC

Stay alert: Risk for severe weather increases across central NC

By Elizabeth Gardner and Aimee Wilmoth, WRAL meteorologists Raleigh, N.C. — Damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes are possible Wednesday as a round of severe weather moves through our area. “Stay weather alert,” said WRAL meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth of the level 3 risk for severe weather that stretches across the entire viewing area. According to Wilmoth, the timing of the storms will be late afternoon through the evening commute. The severe weather will be…

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Tracking the tropics: Supermodel helps fix Florence-damaged homes

Tracking the tropics: Supermodel helps fix Florence-damaged homes

NEW BERN, N.C. — A supermodel and volunteers from her non-profit spent months helping in New Bern after Florence. In fact, volunteers from All Hands and Hearts – Smart Response are still there working. So far, they’ve helped repair 170 homes, in most cases starting from scratch to help hurricane survivors get back into their homes. Christy Dixon Strickland finally had hope. “You can’t ever have enough hugs.” That hope came from a stranger, a…

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Tracking the tropics: A look back at Florence

Tracking the tropics: A look back at Florence

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — It was a record-setting storm in the worst way possible; the ninth most destructive storm to hit the U.S. 22 people were killed, and $24 billion in damages was done in four states — most of that right here in the Carolinas. It was the kind of once in a lifetime storm where the news is on non-stop, and the news isn’t good. “It was eerie, we heard creaking and some metal…

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Tracking the tropics: Traveling during hurricane season

Tracking the tropics: Traveling during hurricane season

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Hurricane season also happens to be the time of year when several people are traveling due to summer vacations. Going to destinations on the coast can put you at risk of coming in contact with a hurricane. Knowing how to avoid putting yourself in this situation, and what to do if you end up in a hurricane anyway, is crucial. “We recommend insurance really all the time because your hard-earned travel dollars…

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Reported tornado strikes northeast Texas city

Reported tornado strikes northeast Texas city

Published 7:58 pm CDT, Wednesday, June 19, 2019 GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) — A severe storm that local officials reported as a tornado struck the northeast Texas city of Greenville, causing widespread tree and roof damage. There were no immediate reports of injuries from the Wednesday afternoon storm. The Herald-Banner of Greenville reports on its Facebook page that spotters reported two tornadoes touched down north of the city and headed toward the city. Photographs posted on the…

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