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NC State researchers predict active hurricane season for 2013

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2013 should see 13 to 17 named storms forming in the Atlantic basin, which includes the entire Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, according to researchers at NC State University. Full story...
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Sandy retired from tropical storm name list

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Sandy is being retired from the list of tropical storm names because of the catastrophic damage its massive size and strength caused along the East Coast last year. Full story...
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Spring temperatures hit in time for Azalea Festival

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videoSpringtime temperatures have arrived just in time for Azalea Festival. Full story...
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Sandy criticism prompts change in storm warnings

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videoThe National Hurricane Center is changing the way it issues hurricane and tropical storm watches and warnings after being criticized over its handling of Superstorm Sandy. Full story...
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NWS looking for volunteer weather reporters

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videoNorth Carolina is no stranger to tropical systems that carry the risk of heavy rain and flooding. The National Weather Service says without the help of volunteers, these events could be even more dangerous. Full story...
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Severe Weather Awareness Week: Are you prepared?

Spring-time brings warmth, flowers, and frees us from the grip of winter - but it often brings tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, and flash floods too.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Winter won't let up; Cold spell looming

Don't let those azaleas blooming around parts of town fool ya, winter is still here and it will make a rude appearance for the first few days of March this weekend.

USCG: Closest Navy ship to Bounty 260 miles away

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A Coast Guard official says the nearest Navy ship to the HMS Bounty during Hurricane Sandy was about 260 nautical miles away. Full story...
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BUCKLEY'S BLOG: It's only a matter of time

Winter's made a valient stand here in the month of February, but soon enough - it will meet its match.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Low impact snow event possible Saturday night

 The computer models have been flip-flopping all week, but it looks more than likely that Southeastern North Carolina will at least see SOME flurries Saturday night.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Sun is back; any flurry chances?

We've finally kicked our bad habit of clouds and showers, but as cupid brings us some sunshine our focus shifts toward cold weather concerns for the weekend.

BUCKLEY'S BLOG: A soggy start to the week; winter makes a weekend comeback

A soggy spring-like start to the week won't get any praise from the chamber of commerce, but we may be longing for the warmer temperatures we have now by the end of the we

Newest member of WWAY team longs for Wilmington as blizzard hits Boston

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videoLater this month, Sarah Murphy will join the WWAY news team as our newest reporter. In the meantime, she's packing up and getting ready for the move south more moderate climes from her native Massachusetts, which is in the midst of a massive winter storm. Full story...
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BUCKLEY'S BLOG: Rain for us, Boston/NY blizzard

I know many have been asking for snow, and to you I say -- head north! While a coastal low can sometimes bring the white stuff to Wilmington, this time it will just bring a whole lot of the wet stuff.

Good Morning Carolina celebrates National Weatherperson's Day

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videoToday marks National Weatherperson's Day. A day to recognize the men and women who deliver forecasts across the nation - and to have a little fun on GMC too! Full story...
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