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Tuesday, January 19, 2021
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Experts predict warmer and wetter fall season in the Cape Fear

Are you ready for the cool, crisp fall weather? You may have to wait a bit longer for that here in the Cape Fear as weather experts are predicting a warmer than usual fall season.

Assessing the damage following yesterday’s hectic weather in southern NHC

Winds gusting 60 miles per hour, torrential rain, marble size hail and countless lightening strikes have some people saying yesterday's strong thunderstorms felt like a hurricane.

Pender County farmers suffering from dry weather conditions

The record breaking heat and severe lack of rain that has been plaguing our area is also creating headaches for farmers.

East vs. south facing beaches: Which are more dangerous for swimmers?

With Memorial Day weekend just days away it’s important to remind locals and visitors about the dangers of rip currents.

Dozens get SKYWARN storm spotter training at WWAY Event Center

Dozens of Cape Fear residents interested in learning how to forecast, track, and report weather events are now storm spotter trained.

Local NWS office, public react to Tsunami Warning false alarm

Many Americans got an alert Tuesday morning, warning of a tsunami. Turns out, it was only a test.

Local National Weather Service office sends help to Florida

Hurricane Irma left a path of devastation in Florida. The National Weather Service in Wilmington is sending someone down to help with forecast operations in the sunshine state.

STORM SURGE: What is it? Will it be possible during Irma?

While we're still in wait and see mode, those who live near water need to think about the possible storm surge from Irma.

EXPLAINER: Potential tropical cyclone? What does that mean?

Tropical weather is expected in southeastern North Carolina over the next few days, but there has been some confusion on how that system is being classified.

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Two NC lawmakers who contract COVID were on same hunting trip

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Bill Rabon of Brunswick County has tested positive for COVID-19, according to his office.

Portion of Wrightsville Ave. closed for emergency sewer repair

A portion of Wrightsville Avenue closed to traffic on Tuesday so crews could make an emergency sewer repair.

Surf City to vote on paid parking again

The Town of Surf City is considering paid parking, again. 

Car chase ends after driver collides with Bladen County sheriff’s deputy

The Bladen County Sheriff’s Office Vice and Narcotics Unit and the Community Impact Team (CIT) were in the Bladenboro area on Friday in response to community complaints of narcotics activity.