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  • TS Cristobal expected to move away from Bahamas

    TS Cristobal expected to move away from Bahamas

    Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to move northward away from the Bahamas.
    Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to move northward away from the Bahamas.
  • Hurricane Quiz

    Hurricane Quiz

    Take the Hurricane Quiz to test your knowledge.
    Take the Hurricane Quiz to test your knowledge.
  • Webcams Along Carolina Coastline

    Webcams Along Carolina Coastline

    Thursday, July 3 2014 12:37 PM EDT2014-07-03 16:37:49 GMT
    A live look at beaches along the North and South Carolina coast.
    A live look at beaches along the North and South Carolina coast.
  • What To Do If Arthur Disrupts Your Vacation

    What To Do If Arthur Disrupts Your Vacation

    Thursday, July 3 2014 11:56 AM EDT2014-07-03 15:56:26 GMT
    Tropical Storm Arthur is expected to become a hurricane by July 4 and is moving towards the North Carolina coast during one of the busiest weeks of the summer travel season.
    Tropical Storm Arthur is expected to become a hurricane by July 4 and is moving towards the North Carolina coast during one of the busiest weeks of the summer travel season.
  • Red Cross urges South Carolinians to prepare for 1st Tropical Storm of the season

    Red Cross urges South Carolinians to prepare for 1st Tropical Storm of the season

    Tuesday, July 1 2014 5:12 PM EDT2014-07-01 21:12:14 GMT
    The Red Cross urges South Carolinians to take the time now to get prepared for the first tropical storm of hurricane season that could affect the Carolinas by Thursday.The Red Cross urges South Carolinians to take the time now to get prepared for the first tropical storm of hurricane season that could affect the Carolinas by Thursday.
    The Red Cross urges South Carolinians to take the time now to get prepared for the first tropical storm of hurricane season that could affect the Carolinas by Thursday. Everyone is encouraged to download the Red Cross’ free mobile apps for Flooding, Tornados, Shelters, Hurricanes, First Aid and more.
    The Red Cross urges South Carolinians to take the time now to get prepared for the first tropical storm of hurricane season that could affect the Carolinas by Thursday. Everyone is encouraged to download the Red Cross’ free mobile apps for Flooding, Tornados, Shelters, Hurricanes, First Aid and more.
  • Hurricane exercise scheduled for June 3 to test lane reversal plans

    Hurricane exercise scheduled for June 3 to test lane reversal plans

    Tuesday, June 10 2014 3:31 PM EDT2014-06-10 19:31:18 GMT
    This hurricane evacuation maneuver is designed to test lane reversal plans for Interstate 26, U.S. 21, U.S. 278, U.S. 501 and S.C. 544 in the event of a coastal evacuation order.This hurricane evacuation maneuver is designed to test lane reversal plans for Interstate 26, U.S. 21, U.S. 278, U.S. 501 and S.C. 544 in the event of a coastal evacuation order.
    The South Carolina Department of Public Safety, in conjunction with a number of other state and local agencies, will conduct a hurricane evacuation exercise on Tuesday, June 3, to test lane reversal plans for all three major coastal areas of the state.
    The South Carolina Department of Public Safety, in conjunction with a number of other state and local agencies, will conduct a hurricane evacuation exercise on Tuesday, June 3, to test lane reversal plans for all three major coastal areas of the state.
  • Hurricane Sandy survivors: Prepare now, not later

    Hurricane Sandy survivors: Prepare now, not later

    Monday, June 2 2014 6:11 PM EDT2014-06-02 22:11:06 GMT
    Sunday marked the start of the 2014 hurricane season. Forecasters expect a near-normal to below average season. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration predicts 8 to 13 named storms. Three to six of could become hurricanes. This season also marks the 25-th anniversary of Hurricane Hugo. The category four storm made landfall in Charleston in September 1989. State emergency officials said a storm that size today would cause 17 billion dollars in damag...
    Sunday marked the start of the 2014 hurricane season. Forecasters expect a near-normal to below average season. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration predicts 8 to 13 named storms. Three to six of could become hurricanes. This season also marks the 25-th anniversary of Hurricane Hugo. The category four storm made landfall in Charleston in September 1989. State emergency officials said a storm that size today would cause 17 billion dollars in damag...
  • A Below-Average Hurricane Season Predicted...What That Means for the Carolinas

    A Below-Average Hurricane Season Predicted...What That Means for the Carolinas

    Monday, June 2 2014 6:00 PM EDT2014-06-02 22:00:21 GMT
    Hurricane season is back for its yearly visit...it began June 1 and runs to November 30. The National Hurricane Center forecast calls for a slightly below average season.  Here's a look at what that could mean for the Carolinas.
    Hurricane season is back for its yearly visit...it began June 1 and runs to November 30. The National Hurricane Center forecast calls for a slightly below average season.  Here's a look at what that could mean for the Carolinas.
  • 2014 Tropical Cyclone Names

    2014 Tropical Cyclone Names

    Thursday, May 29 2014 5:28 PM EDT2014-05-29 21:28:02 GMT
    Here are the names for the 2014 Tropical Cyclone Season for the Atlantic and Eastern North Pacific.
    Here are the names for the 2014 Tropical Cyclone Season for the Atlantic and Eastern North Pacific.
  • Hurricane Season Forecast: The Numbers Don't Matter

    Hurricane Season Forecast: The Numbers Don't Matter

    Thursday, May 22 2014 8:00 PM EDT2014-05-23 00:00:52 GMT
    I’m going to ask you now…disregard any and all preseason hurricane forecasts. The numbers don't matter: it can take only one storm to make it a bad year.
    I’m going to ask you now…disregard any and all preseason hurricane forecasts. The numbers don't matter: it can take only one storm to make it a bad year.
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