Thursday, July 30, 2009

Viewer Picture

A News 14 Carolina viewer sent us this beautiful shot taken from Oak Island on Thursday. If you ever have a weather picture to share with us, e-mail us at weather@news14.com. We may feature your photo on news14.com or even use it during Weather on the Ones!

Thursday's Storm Chances and an Update on the Tropics

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Isolated Storm Possible Tuesday Afternoon

After an afternoon of widespread storms yesterday, we could see a few isolated storms today. Find out more in this morning's video blog posted below...

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Monday, July 27, 2009

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Smoke reducing visibilities in western Carteret county this afternoon

Special Weather Statement
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NEWPORT/MOREHEAD CITY NC
1115 AM EDT SUN JUL 26 2009

NCZ092-093-095-098-262200-
JONES-CRAVEN-CARTERET-ONSLOW-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...MAYSVILLE...POLLOCKSVILLE...NEW BERN...
HAVELOCK...MOREHEAD CITY...BEAUFORT...EMERALD ISLE...NEWPORT...
JACKSONVILLE
1115 AM EDT SUN JUL 26 2009

...SMOKE WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES OVER WESTERN CARTERET COUNTY
THIS AFTERNOON...

SMOKE FROM A BURNOUT OPERATION ON THE CAROLINA BAY WILDFIRE NEAR
MILLIS ROAD IN WESTERN CARTERET COUNTY WILL PRODUCE REDUCED
VISIBILITIES IN THE AREA THIS AFTERNOON. THE HEAVIEST SMOKE IS
EXPECTED ALONG NINE MILE ROAD AND ROBERTS ROAD JUST WEST OF
NEWPORT...AND VISIBILITIES COULD DROP BELOW 1 MILE AT TIMES.
CARTERET COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES REPORTS THAT NINE MILE ROAD
FROM HIGHWAY 24 WILL BE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC DUE TO THE EXPECTED
DENSE SMOKE.

MOTORISTS IN THE AREA ARE URGED TO BE ALERT FOR SUDDENLY REDUCED
VISIBILITIES THIS AFTERNOON AND POSSIBLY INTO TONIGHT. SLOW DOWN...
USE YOUR HEADLIGHTS...AND LEAVE PLENTY OF DISTANCE AHEAD OF YOU IN
CASE A SUDDEN STOP IS REQUIRED.

SOME ASH FALLING FROM THE SMOKE PLUME CAN BE EXPECTED NEAR
NEWPORT AND HAVELOCK AS WELL.

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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Unsettled Weather for the End of the Week

Scattered showers and storms are in the forecast for the next several days. Find out more about the unsettled weather for the end of the week including the threat for strong storms in this morning's video blog update posted below...

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Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Coastal rain totals from Monday

Here's a look at rainfall totals from around coastal North Carolina including some viewer reports --

Wilmington: 6.53" *
Ogden (Brittney Lakes area): 5.88"
Castle Hayne: 1.55"
Swansboro: 0.71"
Beaufort/Morehead City: 0.42"
Wallace: 0.26"
Havelock/Cherry Point: 0.13"
New Bern: 0.05"

* 6.51" of Wilmington's rain total fell before midnight. That 6.51" is the 14th highest rainfall on record for ILM. Records have been kept since 1871. The highest ever one day rainfall in Wilmington was 13.38" on September 15, 1999 during Hurricane Floyd.

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Wilmington Flooding -- Monday, July 7

Here's a look at News 14 Carolina viewer photos from Monday night's flooding around Wilmington --



















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