Hurricane “Isaias” makes historic landfall in North Carolina, U.S.

Hurricane “Isaias” makes historic landfall in North Carolina, U.S.

Hurricane "Isaias" made landfall in North Carolina at around 03:10 UTC on August 4, 2020, with winds reaching 137 km/h (85 mph), making it a Category 1 hurricane. This is the first hurricane to make landfall in North Carolina during the month of August…

Daylight fireball over North and South Carolina, over 770 reports received

Daylight fireball over North and South Carolina, over 770 reports received

A daylight fireball streaked through the sky over North and South Carolina at around 10:50 UTC (06:50 on April 4, 2019. The event lasted up to 10 seconds. The American Meteor Society (AMS) received 775 reports by 07:44 UTC, April 5. The event was seen from Alabama,…

Rare April snowfall in the Carolinas, 2nd time since 1915

Rare April snowfall in the Carolinas, 2nd time since 1915

Rare snow fell over parts of the Carolinas including Charlotte, NC on April 2, 2019, making it only the second time in over 100 years that snow fell there during the month of April. Snow came along the western edge of a rapidly deepening nor'easter moving up the…

First snowfall in 28 years hits parts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina

First snowfall in 28 years hits parts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina

A powerful winter storm brought snow, sleet, and freezing rain to parts of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina on Wednesday, January 3, 2017. Although measured amounts aren't impressive at all, compared to what regions further north are used too, in many places…

Major flooding after slow-moving storm hits North Carolina

Major flooding after slow-moving storm hits North Carolina

After causing major flooding in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, a slow-moving storm caused widespread flash flooding in the Raleigh, North Carolina, metro area early Tuesday, April 25, 2017. On Monday, the rains already flooded numerous roads, caused dozens of…

Slow-moving storm threatens Carolinas with heavy rain, significant flooding

Slow-moving storm threatens Carolinas with heavy rain, significant flooding

A dangerous storm system is expected to bring heavy rainfall and a few strong to severe thunderstorms, possibly causing serious flash flooding over the southern Mid-Atlantic and the Southeast US over the coming days. Mudslides are possible in the higher terrain. A…