Gov. Pat McCrory and other state officials visited our area today to see what the rain over the past two weeks has done to crops.
The rain subsided a bit today, but not everyone is out of the woods just yet. Storm debris and standing water mean some folks are literally picking up the pieces after the rain.
As storm clouds move on away, the effects of an epic rain storm and historic flooding remain in southeastern North Carolina.
By The Associated Press The latest on the rainstorm that is pounding parts of the East Coast (all times local): 4:45 a.m. Days of torrential rains kept much of South Carolina and its capital gripped by floodwaters early Monday as emergency responders promised renewed door-to-door searches for anyone still trapped after a weekend deluge and […]
To say the rain and flooding we've seen around southeastern North Carolina the last few days is rare is an understatement. Hopefully we'll never see the likes of it again.
Whenever there's flooding, experts often a simple piece of advice: Turn around. Don't drown.
New Hanover County is opening a shelter for residents at Trask Middle School, according to a New Hanover County Schools spokeswoman.
The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued a Wind Advisory for southeastern North Carolina until 6 p.m. Sunday.
As southeastern North Carolina gets a bit of a break from the rain today, other parts of the state are not so lucky.
A break in the rain is expect Saturday afternoon, but heavy rain redevelops Sunday through Monday.