Fall officially began 11 days ago, but it surely doesn't feel like it and some trees are having an unseasonable impact.
It's officially fall, but it sure still feels like summer. The lasting heat is having an effect on the leaf color season.
The Cape Fear is feeling the heat lately and at times at historical levels.
More than 45 million people across 14 Southern states are now in the midst of what’s being called a “flash drought” that’s cracking farm soil, drying up ponds and raising the risk of wildfires, scientists said Thursday.
Intense late season heat has had its toll on people, but has it been just as rough on crops?
Above average heat and below average rainfall is taking a toll on North Carolina's apple harvest.
If you are looking forward to fall foliage, pumpkin patches, and snugly sweaters, you may want to wait a little long if you actually want it to feel cooler.
Areas of the northern Rocky Mountains looked more like mid-winter rather than early fall on Sunday as a snowstorm dumped record amounts of wind-driven snow that caused hazardous travel conditions and scattered power outages.
Mega find on the Grand Strand! One seven-year-old had quite the beach excursion Tuesday afternoon.