Tropical Storm Zeta becomes 27th named storm of season, could bring moisture to North Carolina later this week

Tropical Storm Zeta becomes 27th named storm of season, could bring moisture to North Carolina later this week

Tropical Storm Zeta formed overnight, becoming the 27th named storm of this hurricane season. The track currently has Zeta moving into the Gulf. The system will weaken as it migrates into the region but is still expected to produce rounds of potentially heavy rain through Thursday. It will either hit as a weak hurricane or a strong tropical storm. ABC11 First Alert Meteorologist Steve Stewart said Zeta’s formation now ties a 2005 record for 27…

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Tropical Storm Zeta forms, on path to approach Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Zeta forms, on path to approach Gulf Coast

By Peta Sheerwood, WRAL meteorologist; Maggie Brown, WRAL multiplatform producer As if 2020 couldn’t get any crazier, we will likely break the record for the most named storms in an active Atlantic hurricane season this year. Tropical Storm Zeta formed early Sunday morning in the Gulf of Mexico, being the the 27th named storm this season tying a previous record from 2005. Models predict that the storm could make landfall twice — once in the…

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Tropical Storm Zeta forms in the Atlantic, on path to approach Gulf Coast

Tropical Storm Zeta forms in the Atlantic, on path to approach Gulf Coast

By Peta Sheerwood, WRAL meteorologist; Maggie Brown, WRAL multiplatform producer As if 2020 couldn’t get any crazier, we will likely break the record for the most named storms in an active Atlantic hurricane season this year. Tropical Storm Zeta formed early Sunday morning in the Gulf of Mexico, being the the 27th named storm this seas tying a previous record from 2005. Models predict that the storm could make landfall in the United States and…

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Tropical Depression No. 28 forms in Caribbean, could become Tropical Storm Zeta

Tropical Depression No. 28 forms in Caribbean, could become Tropical Storm Zeta

By Peta Sheerwood, WRAL meteorologist; Maggie Brown, WRAL multiplatform producer As if 2020 couldn’t get any crazier, we will likely break the record for the most named storms in an active Atlantic hurricane season this year. Saturday afternoon, the National Hurricane Center reported Tropical Depression No. 28 formed in the Caribbean Sea. There have been 26 named storms this season. Hurricane season doesn’t end until Nov. 30, so we will probably see more named storms…

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Colorado wildfires drag on later than normal, break records

Colorado wildfires drag on later than normal, break records

By PATTY NIEBERG, Associated Press/Report for America DENVER — Orange skies, winds gusting up to 70 mph, smoke tornadoes and hazardous air. While it could be an apocalyptic scene out of a movie, it has become the reality of Colorado’s wildfire season. The blazes have burned the second-most acreage since 2000 and included the state’s two largest on record. One of Colorado’s smaller fires exploded late Wednesday from 30 square miles (78 square kilometers) to…

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Hurricane Epsilon Makes a 'Wobbly' Northwest Turn in the Atlantic

Hurricane Epsilon Makes a 'Wobbly' Northwest Turn in the Atlantic

By Derrick Bryson Taylor and Johnny Diaz, New York Times Hurricane Epsilon continued to churn toward Bermuda on Thursday afternoon after making what the National Hurricane Center called a “wobbly” turn toward the northwest. The storm, the 10th hurricane of an extremely active Atlantic season, was about 200 miles east of Bermuda, according to a 5 p.m. Eastern advisory from the hurricane center. Epsilon weakened over the course of the morning and was moving north-northwest…

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Epsilon instensifies into category 3 hurricane in Atlantic Ocean

Epsilon instensifies into category 3 hurricane in Atlantic Ocean

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Hurricane Epsilon intensified into a category 3 hurricane Wednesday afternoon. According to the National Hurricane Center, Epsilon has maximum sustained winds of 115 mph. The storm is moving northwest at 10 mph. The NHC said Epsilon is now a “major hurricane” and that the storm has repeatedly defied expectations as it intensified. Epsilon is forecast weaken slightly as it moves northward tonight and passes Bermuda on Thursday afternoon or evening. Bermuda…

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Now a Category 2 Storm, Epsilon Is This Season’s 10th Hurricane

Now a Category 2 Storm, Epsilon Is This Season’s 10th Hurricane

By Derrick Bryson Taylor, New York Times The National Hurricane Center upgraded Hurricane Epsilon to a Category 2 storm Wednesday afternoon, noting that it was rapidly intensifying as it approached Bermuda. Epsilon is now the 10th hurricane of an intense and active Atlantic storm season that still has more than a month to go. Epsilon is moving northwestward over the central Atlantic at 9 mph, according the center’s 2 p.m. Eastern advisory, with maximum sustained…

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Here are the records we're breaking this hurricane season

Here are the records we're breaking this hurricane season

By Zach Maloch, WRAL meteorologist The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season continues to add insult to injury. As Alexander would say “it’s been a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year” and, of course, we are not only talking about hurricane season. So far, the Atlantic hurricane season has seen 26 named storms: 10 becoming hurricanes and 3 becoming major hurricanes. Of the 26 named storms, 23 set records for forming earlier than any of their…

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Epsilon strengthens into Cat. 1 hurricane; 26th named hurricane of the season

Epsilon strengthens into Cat. 1 hurricane; 26th named hurricane of the season

Miami — Epsilon strengthened into a Cat. 1 hurricane on Tuesday night with winds of 75 mph. The storm is currently about 545 miles southeast of Bermuda. The National Hurricane Center said the storm is currently movingat 13 mph. The storm is expected to make a slight northwest turn on Thursday. Epsilon will makes its closet approach to Bermuda on Thursday night. Additional strengthening of the storm is expected over the next couple days. Epsilon…

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Epsilon strengthens into Cat. 1 hurricane; 10th named hurricane of the season

Epsilon strengthens into Cat. 1 hurricane; 10th named hurricane of the season

Miami — Epsilon strengthened into a Cat. 1 hurricane on Tuesday night with winds of 75 mph. The storm is currently about 545 miles southeast of Bermuda. The National Hurricane Center said the storm is currently movingat 13 mph. The storm is expected to make a slight northwest turn on Thursday. Epsilon will makes its closet approach to Bermuda on Thursday night. Additional strengthening of the storm is expected over the next couple days. Epsilon…

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Epsilon strengthens into Cat. 1 hurricane; 10th named storm of the season

Epsilon strengthens into Cat. 1 hurricane; 10th named storm of the season

Miami — Epsilon strengthened into a Cat. 1 hurricane on Tuesday night with winds of 75 mph. The storm is currently about 545 miles southeast of Bermuda. The National Hurricane Center said the storm is currently movingat 13 mph. The storm is expected to make a slight northwest turn on Thursday. Epsilon will makes its closet approach to Bermuda on Thursday night. Additional strengthening of the storm is expected over the next couple days. Epsilon…

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Epsilon strengthens into Category 1 hurricane in Atlantic Ocean

Epsilon strengthens into Category 1 hurricane in Atlantic Ocean

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Tropical Storm Epsilon strengthened into a hurricane Tuesday evening. According to the National Hurricane Center, Epsilon has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph. The storm is moving northwest at 13 mph. Epsilon is forecast for remain at hurricane strength by the time it approaches Bermuda Thursday. Epsilon should not threaten North Carolina or any other state in the USA. However, the storm will churn up the sea.“If you have weekend plans…

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Tropical Storm Epsilon could become Category 1 hurricane by Thursday

Tropical Storm Epsilon could become Category 1 hurricane by Thursday

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Tropical Storm Epsilon is starting to move toward Bermuda after sitting stationary for nearly a full day. According to the National Hurricane Center, Epsilon has maximum sustained winds at about 45 miles per hour and is now moving northwest at 3 miles per hour. The tropical storm is around 750 miles southeast of Bermuda. It is expected to strengthen into a hurricane sometime Tuesday. Epsilon should not threaten North Carolina or…

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Tropical Storm Epsilon expected to become Cat. 1 hurricane

Tropical Storm Epsilon expected to become Cat. 1 hurricane

Miami — After a few quiet weeks in the tropics, Tropical Storm Epsilon formed southeast of Bermuda on Monday. Epsilon could become a Category 1 hurricane within the next 72 hours, with Bermuda in the forecast cone. The storm is currently 730 miles southeast of Bermuda. “We do expect it to intensify and the forward motion increase,” said WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze. As of the 11 p.m. advisory on Monday, the storm is moving 2…

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Tropical Storm Epsilon forms in Atlantic Ocean, could be hurricane strength by Thursday

Tropical Storm Epsilon forms in Atlantic Ocean, could be hurricane strength by Thursday

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Tropical Storm Epsilon formed Monday morning in the Atlantic Ocean about 735 miles southeast of Bermuda. Epsilon has maximum sustained winds near 40 miles per hour and it is not moving. The storm is expected to continue to strengthen over the next 72 hours. It should also start moving to its northwest sometime Tuesday. Epsilon is expected to strengthen into a hurricane by Thursday. It could approach Bermuda as a hurricane…

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Tropical Storm Epsilon forms near Bermuda

Tropical Storm Epsilon forms near Bermuda

After a few quiet weeks in the tropics, Tropical Storm Epsilon formed northeast of Bermuda on Monday. Epsilon could become a Category 1 hurricane within the next 72 hours, with Bermuda in the forecast cone. Currently, the U.S. is expected to see indirect impacts only, with rip currents possible along the coast by the end of the week. One other area to watch is a low pressure system that could form over the western Caribbean…

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Report: Damage from August wind storm in Midwest at $7.5B

Report: Damage from August wind storm in Midwest at $7.5B

DES MOINES, Iowa — Damage estimates from a rare wind storm that slammed Iowa and some other parts of the Midwest in August are growing, with the total now at $7.5 billion, according to a new report. The Aug. 10 storm hit Iowa hard but also caused damage in Illinois, Ohio, Minnesota and Indiana. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said it’s currently the second-costliest U.S. disaster so far in 2020, although cost estimates for…

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Trump administration rejects California's request for financial help with wildfires

Trump administration rejects California's request for financial help with wildfires

LOS ANGELES — The Trump administration has rejected California’s request for federal financial assistance during the state’s worst wildfire season in history. California is filing an appeal, but Trump’s rejection could leave California struggling to cope with the cost, despite the fact the federal government controls 57% of California’s forested lands. Gov. Gavin Newsom has estimated potential federal assistance at $346 million, including $200 million for the Creek Fire alone. Officials could not provide a…

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Winds push Colorado wildfire to largest in state history

Winds push Colorado wildfire to largest in state history

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — One of two Rocky Mountain wildfires fanned by strong winds has become the largest in Colorado history. Firefighters expected windy weather to continue into the weekend but said they were well-positioned to keep the Cameron Peak Fire from burning more cabins in the mountains west of Fort Collins, Colorado. About 90 fire engines and 500 firefighters were in place Thursday to protect homes and other buildings along the fire’s especially active…

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National Hurricane Center monitoring three systems with low chances to develop into serious storms

National Hurricane Center monitoring three systems with low chances to develop into serious storms

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — After a record-breaking hurricane season, the Atlantic storm basin has been relatively quiet over the past couple days. However, the National Hurricane Center is now monitoring three potential systems. None of the three are likely to develop into a serious storm, but if they do, the next one to be named will be called Epsilon. Despite this lull in hurricane activity, hurricane season does not end until November 30. In North…

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A list of the most destructive hurricanes in North Carolina history

A list of the most destructive hurricanes in North Carolina history

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Here are the six most destructive hurricanes ever to hit North Carolina: 6. Hurricane Diana Date: September 13, 1984Landfall: Cape Fear, North CarolinaSaffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale: Category 2Main impact: FloodingHighest rainfall total: Duplin County, 14 inchesHighest wind gust: Oak Island, 115 mphDamage estimates: $65.5 million dollars (1984 USD)Deaths: 0 (3 indirectly) 5. Hurricane Matthew Date: October 8, 2016Landfall: McClellanville, South CarolinaSaffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale: Category 1Main impact: FloodingHighest rainfall total: Evergreen, 18.95 inchesHighest…

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10,000 evacuated in Cambodia due to flooding; rice crop hit

10,000 evacuated in Cambodia due to flooding; rice crop hit

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia — More than 10,000 people have been evacuated in Cambodia after a tropical storm triggered flash floods, an official said Wednesday. Seasonal rains made worse by the storm caused flooding in 19 of the country’s 25 provinces, affecting 140,000 people in all, said Khun Sokha, a spokesman for the National Committee for Disaster Management. The flooding also destroyed thousands of hectares (acres) of rice, he said. The capital, Phnom Penh, was not…

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Flooding in central Vietnam kills 17 since last week

Flooding in central Vietnam kills 17 since last week

HANOI, Vietnam — Torrential rains have flooded central Vietnam and killed at least 17 people since last week, as the region braces for more heavy rainfall, state media reported Monday. According to weather forecasters, water levels will keep rising, swelling rivers and submerging more communities in the region, the state-owned Tuoi Tre newspaper reported. The situation worsened over the weekend when Tropical Storm Linfa, which weakened to a depression when it hit the country, brought…

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Level 1 Severe Weather Risk for Parts of NC

Level 1 Severe Weather Risk for Parts of NC

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — A warm front associated with post-tropical cyclone Delta is providing the possibility of severe weather for the Sandhills and southern half of the Coastal Plain tonight. This warm front has allowed for thunderstorms to grow and has produced weak rotation within these storms and have prompted tornado warnings. The main threat for south-central NC is a damaging wind gust or even an isolated tornado. The storm threat will begin to diminish…

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Gusty winds, isolated tornado possible for parts of central North Carolina Sunday

Gusty winds, isolated tornado possible for parts of central North Carolina Sunday

Parts of central North Carolina will be under a Level 1 risk for severe weather Sunday. For areas south of the Triangle, a Level 1 is relatively low but First Alert meteorologist Steve Stewarts says a warm front lifting northward could bring gusty winds and possibly some rotating cells, so an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out. Severe thunderstorm risk is marginal; however, the greatest chance for severe storm impacts will be south of Route…

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Level 1 risk of severe weather for parts of NC

Level 1 risk of severe weather for parts of NC

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Delta will track through the Tennessee Valley, almost parallel to the Appalachian Mountains as a weakening tropical depression today. More periods of rain are expected throughout the day, with the potential for some thunderstorms later in the afternoon due to a cold front developing off the center of Delta passing through the Triangle.Severe thunderstorm risk is marginal; however, the greatest chance for severe thunderstorm impacts will be south of Route 64…

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Level 1 Risk of Severe Weather for Parts of NC on Sunday

Level 1 Risk of Severe Weather for Parts of NC on Sunday

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Tropical Depression Delta will represent the most impactful aspect of the forecast, but the good news is that the heaviest rains will likely be to the north of the viewing area as Delta approaches tomorrow.The rain this evening is only loosely associated with Delta and can be attributed mostly to a warm front lifting northward ahead of Delta will also be moving quickly enough to keep the flood risk relatively low….

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Level 1 threat for severe weather Sunday for parts of central NC

Level 1 threat for severe weather Sunday for parts of central NC

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — Sunday will be a Level 1 threat for severe weather for parts of North Carolina as remnants of Delta will move into the area. Remnant rainfall from Delta will extend all the way into North Carolina on Sunday. This system will bring heavy rain that will spark flooding across the North Carolina mountains and severe storms will be possible by Sunday. Areas south of Raleigh, such as…

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Mideast wildfires kill 3, force thousands to flee homes

Mideast wildfires kill 3, force thousands to flee homes

BEIRUT — Wildfires around the Middle East triggered by a heatwave hitting the region have killed three people, forced thousands of people to leave their homes and detonated landmines along the Lebanon-Israel border, state media and officials said Saturday. The areas hit by the heatwave are Syria, Lebanon, Israel and the Palestinian territories. The fires come amid an intense heatwave that is unusual for this time of the year. Wildfires spread across different areas of…

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Rain from Delta's remnants falls across NC; severe weather risk ahead

Rain from Delta's remnants falls across NC; severe weather risk ahead

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — You will certainly need an umbrella and rain jacket with you this weekend. Remnant rainfall from Delta will extend all the way into North Carolina on Saturday and Sunday. Areas near the Triangle could see severe weather from Delta’s remnants and the mountains of North Carolina are at-risk for flooding. Hurricane Delta made landfall in Louisiana around 7 p.m. on Friday night as a Cat. 2 storm….

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Delta adds insult to injury in hurricane-ravaged Louisiana

Delta adds insult to injury in hurricane-ravaged Louisiana

By REBECCA SANTANA and STACEY PLAISANCE, Associated Press LAFAYETTE, La. — Ripping tarps from damaged roofs and scattering massive piles of storm debris in the wind and water, Hurricane Delta inflicted a new round of destruction in Louisiana communities still reeling along a path Hurricane Laura carved just six weeks earlier. Delta hit as a Category 2 hurricane, with top winds of 100 mph (155 kph) before rapidly weakening over land. By Saturday morning, it…

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Delta downgraded to Tropical Storm; dumping rain, bringing high winds

Delta downgraded to Tropical Storm; dumping rain, bringing high winds

This morning, Delta has been downgraded to a Tropical Storm, dumping rain and bringing high winds to parts of Arkansas, Tennessee and Mississippi. Show Transcript in Louisiana Delta arrived with driving rain in 100 mile per hour winds, battering weather weary cities still recovering from Laura in Lake Charles. Blue tarps covered roof still yet to be repaired. It affects you physically, mentally, psychologically, and then to turn around six weeks later and experience it…

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Tropical storm unleashes rain, strong winds in south Japan

Tropical storm unleashes rain, strong winds in south Japan

By YURI KAGEYAMA, Associated Press TOKYO — Tropical Storm Chan-hom brought powerful winds and rain to southern Japan on Saturday, with the weather bureau warning of landslides and flooding in most of the country. The storm, packing sustained winds of up to 107 kilometers (67 miles) per hour, was moving in waters south of Japan, near the main southwestern island of Shikoku. It had been downgraded from a typhoon earlier in the week. It was…

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Still devastated from Hurricane Laura, coastal Louisiana hit again by Delta

Still devastated from Hurricane Laura, coastal Louisiana hit again by Delta

By Lena Tillett, WRAL anchor/reporter Lake Charles, La. — Coastal Louisiana braced for its second major hurricane in less than two months on Friday. Recently, Hurricane Laura devastated Lake Charles, bringing wind gusts up to 140 mph and deadly flooding. Now, Hurricane Delta has hit the same area, making landfall around 7 p.m. Friday with maximum sustained winds at 105 mph. One Lake Charles resident remembers the impact of Laura all too well. He rode…

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Still devastated from Hurricane Laura, coastal Louisiana braces for Delta

Still devastated from Hurricane Laura, coastal Louisiana braces for Delta

By Lena Tillett, WRAL anchor/reporter Lake Charles, La. — Coastal Louisiana is bracing for its second major hurricane in less than two months. Recently, Hurricane Laura devastated Lake Charles, La., bringing wind gusts up to 140 mph and deadly flooding. Now, Hurricane Delta will hit the same area – with landfall only a few hours away. One Lake Charles resident remembers the impact of Laura all too well. He rode the storm out on the floor…

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Red Cross desperate for volunteers to respond to Hurricane Delta

Red Cross desperate for volunteers to respond to Hurricane Delta

By Cullen Browder, WRAL anchor/reporter Raleigh, N.C. — North Carolina has a lot of experience with hurricanes, so the Red Cross is sending local volunteers to help Gulf Coast states hit by Hurricane Delta. Volunteers have already been on the ground for weeks due to the prior storms this season. Right now, volunteer relief efforts are focused on life-saving shelter, food and resources for people who are impacted by Hurricane Delta. “Many of the residents…

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Bridge will be built to replace Johnston County road where 2 children were swept away in flash flood

Bridge will be built to replace Johnston County road where 2 children were swept away in flash flood

SMITHFIELD, N.C. (WTVD) — A new bridge will be installed to replace a stretch of road where two children died in a flash flood this August. Alexa Castro, 5, and Abraham Martinez Jr., 4, were inside the car with their mother when heavy rain swept away part of the road and their car. Rescue crews were able to save the mother, but the children were not found until days later. Their bodies had been swept…

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Newlyweds beat Delta to the altar in hurricane-rushed wedding

Newlyweds beat Delta to the altar in hurricane-rushed wedding

ABBEVILLE, Louisiana — Twenty-four hours ahead of Hurricane Delta’s arrival, church bells rang out at 6 p.m. and a bride’s high heels clicked on the church’s front walk as she raced to get to her wedding. Taylor Choate and Ian Gaspard picked Oct. 10 as their wedding day months ago. In a year when COVID-19 had re-scheduled so many events, they thought they would luck out. Then Hurricane Delta zeroed in on the small town…

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Hurricane Delta hours out from record breaking landfall in Louisiana

Hurricane Delta hours out from record breaking landfall in Louisiana

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Louisiana coast is bracing for Hurricane Delta, which strengthened into a Category 3 storm Thursday night and bears a similar track to Hurricane Laura, which battered the southwestern part of the state in August. The wind from Delta will be accompanied by heavy rain and a life-threatening storm surge. A Storm Surge Warning is in effect from High Island, Texas, to Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Delta is located about 200 miles south…

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Hurricane Delta regains Cat. 3 strength, landfall expected in Louisiana

Hurricane Delta regains Cat. 3 strength, landfall expected in Louisiana

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — While the Gulf Coast braces for another potentially damaging hurricane, North Carolina will see mainly rain from the storm. On Thursday, Hurricane Delta strengthened into a major Category 3 hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico. The storm was expected to make landfall in Louisiana by Friday night as a Category 3 hurricane before weakening and bringing rain to North Carolina this weekend. The storm first made landfall…

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Remnants of Hurricane Delta will bring rain to NC this weekend

Remnants of Hurricane Delta will bring rain to NC this weekend

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — While the Gulf Coast braces for another potentially damaging hurricane, North Carolina will see mainly rain from the storm. On Thursday, Hurricane Delta was in the Gulf of Mexico. The storm was expected to made landfall in Louisiana by Friday night as a Category 3 hurricane before weakening and bringing rain to North Carolina this weekend. The storm first made landfall around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday south of…

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North Carolina Red Cross volunteers heading to Louisiana ahead of Hurricane Delta

North Carolina Red Cross volunteers heading to Louisiana ahead of Hurricane Delta

RALEIGH (WTVD) — Local American Red Cross teams are preparing to go to the Gulf Coast as Louisiana braces for yet another hurricane. Hurricane Delta is expected to become the fourth named storm–a record–to make landfall in Louisiana this year. Much of the state is still in recovery mode as Delta looks to track a similar path as Category 4 Hurricane Laura, which hit August 27. Our hearts go out to them because it’s a…

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Hurricane Delta to bring heavy rain, intense wind, 'life-threatening' storm surge to Louisiana on Friday

Hurricane Delta to bring heavy rain, intense wind, 'life-threatening' storm surge to Louisiana on Friday

RALEIGH, N.C. — Hurricane-force wind from Delta will reach Louisiana by Friday afternoon, according to the National Hurricane Center. That wind will be accompanied by heavy rain and life-threatening storm surge. Delta is located about 400 miles south of the Louisiana coast. It is currently a Category 2 hurricane with sustained winds of 105 miles per hour, and it is moving northwest at 14 miles per hour. Thankfully, the storm is expected to keep moving…

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Hurricane Delta track shows strong storm hitting Louisiana on Friday

Hurricane Delta track shows strong storm hitting Louisiana on Friday

RALEIGH, N.C. — The outer rain bands of Hurricane Delta are starting to arrive in Louisiana, despite the bulk of the storm still being 24 hours away. Delta is located about 450 miles south of the Louisiana coast. It is currently a Category 2 hurricane with sustained winds of 100 miles per hour, and it is moving northwest at 15 miles per hour. Yesterday the storm made landfall about 10 miles south of Cancun, Mexico…

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