The director of the National Hurricane Center is going back to work at The Weather Channel.
It may be March, but that doesn't mean the winter weather is gone for good. A light coating of snow fell across the coastal region this morning.
Warm weather has prompted an earlier growing season than normal which means works start earlier for farmers.
Flowers around the region are blooming weeks ahead of schedule.
In Brunswick County, many residents are cleaning up after a storm came through and caused damage in some areas.
There's been reports of storm damage this afternoon in Brunswick County.
County and State officials will be on hand Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. to answer questions and help people apply for Hazard Mitigation Grant Program funding.
Although it may be chilly Friday, this relatively mild winter so far could play a role for blueberry lovers and farmers later this year.