Slice Of Life: What's The Worst Weather You Lived Through And What Weather Scares You The MostWith Hurricane Matthew causing so much damage to Haiti, the Bahamas, and many parts of the US, Rick and John ask what is the worst weather you've been through and what weather scares you the most. John went through...
South Carolina Flooding Causing Coffins To Rise From GroundWJBF-TV reports that the flooding caused coffins to rise up from the ground at an Orangeburg cemetery.
Severe Weather Hits The Metro Area: It Was A Supercell Thunderstorm
Tornado Warning Issued In Parts Of Alabama, TennesseeForecasters say severe thunderstorms may have also produced tornadoes in parts of northern Alabama and southern Tennessee.
Winter Weather Cancels Classes For North Carolina SchoolsSchool systems ended classes early and delayed the start of the next day's schedule as a combination of steady rain and plummeting temperatures in North Carolina set the stage for hazardous driving conditions.
North Carolina Bitter Cold Breaks 6 Records For Low TemperaturesA Bitter cold produced at least six records for overnight low temperatures across North Carolina, and forecasters say winter will take one more swing at part of the state this weekend.
Southern Ski Resort Closes Slopes Amid Sub-Zero TemperaturesFrigid cold temperatures at a Tennessee ski resort have forced the Ober Gatlinburg ski slopes to close.
North Carolina Prepares For Record Cold
Kentucky Town Has Had Enough Of The 'Frozen' WeatherThe cold might not bother Disney's Queen Elsa, but it's wreaking enough havoc in Kentucky that a police department announced a joke warrant for the popular "Frozen" character's arrest.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory: Stay Off The Roads
Hundreds Of Thousands Without Power As Winter Storm Blasts South, Mid-AtlanticA snow and ice storm blasted parts of the Mid-Atlantic and the South early Tuesday, creating treacherous road conditions and leaving hundreds of thousands without power.
Winter Storms Slam South, Bitter Cold Freezes NortheastSnow swirled sideways in Kentucky and the typically bustling state capital of Frankfort came to frozen halt Monday as a storm walloped parts of the South, which unlike the Northeast, had been mostly spared this winter.