The forecast calls for a slightly above-average hurricane season.
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For parts of the Carolinas and Georgia, the mid-afternoon on Monday, August 21 will briefly plunge into darkness as the path of a total sola…
Snow for the Upstate and WNC
Dry weather is bad and wet weather is good for fighting fires…but there’s more to weather and fire than you think.
The GOES-R weather satellite lifted off Saturday evening, heralding a new era in weather forecasting.
Once the new GOES-R weather satellite is operational, we’ll have a better look at how wildfires and smoke from those fires behave.
The new GOES-R satellite is scheduled to launch on Sat., 11/19/16 at 5:42 PM EST. This will mean a great step forward in following and forec…
Hockey returned to the upstate Thursday as the Greenville Swamp Rabbits held their first home game of the season. It was also the team’s fir…
Very dry weather forced the South Carolina Drought Response Committee to deepen the Upstate’s drought status.
As with every other winter, there’s a good bet you’ll see snow at some point!
Expect very hot weather to persist through the weekend.
We tag along with weather research teams to see what makes tornadoes in the Southeast more of a challenge.
In an average year, fatalities from flooding will outnumber those from any other storm-related cause. Know what to do to stay safe.
Lightning, high wind, and hail are the most common threats we see from severe thunderstorms. Stay indoors to stay safe.
Know what to do if tornadoes threaten.
This is Severe Weather Awareness Week in the Carolinas. State-wide tornado drills will be held in South Carolina at 9 AM Wednesday the 9th; …
This spring, meteorologists will be taking a closer look at the unique properties of severe weather development in the South.
For our area, it indicates a wetter than normal winter. We’re in the “near-normal” temperature bracket…but don’t be surprised if cooler t…
Officials constantly monitor conditions to ensure everyone’s safety when storms and high school football collide.