That whole April showers thing went a bit overboard last month in the United States.
Tropical Storm Hermine may not have been the worst storm the Wilmington area has ever seen, but it was one for the record books.
We're keeping an eye on traffic near the Greenfield Lake area in Wilmington that is prone to flood with heavy rain.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Tim Armstrong explains El Niño, how it impacts our area, and when it is predicted to end.
Perry's Emporium gave $60,000 in refunds because of the rainy day diamond promotion.
Scientists are fanning out across one of the soggiest places in the United States this month to measure raindrops and snowflakes like never before.
As flood waters continue to recede, Gov. Pat McCrory today lifted a State of Emergency for North Carolina that began last week.
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.