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Tornado causes damage along NC coast; two injured
A team from the National Weather Service confirmed on Wednesday that an EF-2 tornado, which packs winds between 111 and 135 mph, struck the southeastern portion of the North Carolina coast late Tuesday. Severe weather pummeled parts of the coast Tuesday evening, knocking out power to thousands and causing damage from Atlantic Beach to Morehead City.
Only rain for Triangle Tuesday
The light steady rain falling in Raleigh at noon was just the beginning of a weather roller-coaster that will take the Triangle for a ride over the next 24 hours.
Cooler, drier air moving into Triangle
A short-lived shot of wind and rain Saturday evening heralded a cold front that will push down temperatures in central North Carolina.
No coat needed for trick-or-treat Thursday
Temperatures soared into the high 70s Thursday afternoon, and the unseasonably warm weather will stick around through the trick-or-treat sure to take place in communities across the Triangle.
Changing sunrise, sunset affects animals as well
Flora, fauna or ( Greg ) Fishel , we all react to changes in the amount of sunlight.
Fishel and friend play for fairgoers
Greg Fishel performed on the tuba Friday night at the NC State Fair.
Food, Fish mark first full fair day
Thousands flocked to opening day at the North Carolina State Fair Friday for traditional treats.
Chill settles in as threat of rain persists
After a soggy, humid start to the week, a cooler air mass was settling into central North Carolina Tuesday, bringing an autumnal chill and the chance for more rain over the next few days, WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said.
Storms bring soggy Monday
A cold front marched across the state from the northwest and met up with warm, moist air from the south Monday to create wet conditions that will persist for a few days, WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said.