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    Carolina Weather Group hurricane special

    Carolina Weather Group hurricane special

    This week, the latest on Tropical Depression Eleven, which is imminently forecast to become Tropical Storm Josephine.

    Plus, our annual summer hurricane special - which this year comes in the form of highlights from previously recorded interviews. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic lead to the cancellation of the National Hurricane Center's hurricane awareness tour. So instead, we're looking back at some of our interviews from their May 2019 event at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. To see more of those conversation, you can watch our entire 2019 special on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/yLGS-BjY2G4.


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    North Carolina's historic 5.1 magnitude earthquake [SPECIAL REPORT]

    North Carolina's historic 5.1 magnitude earthquake [SPECIAL REPORT]

    The Carolina Weather Group travels to Sparta, North Carolina, the epicenter of Sunday morning's 5.1 magnitude earthquake. A state of emergency has now been declared in Alleghany County after the earthquake, which was the fifth strongest in Carolina history and the strongest since 1916. We talk with meteorologists across the region who recount your stories of: Did you, or did you not, feel it?


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    How did we get the name "Isaias?" [BONUS]

    How did we get the name "Isaias?" [BONUS]

    Hurricane Isaias is gone but, more likely than not, it could be back in 2026. Scotty Powell, Evan Fisher, and Ricky Matthews look into where names come from for Atlantic ocean tropical storms and hurricanes.  


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    Hurricane Isaias aftermath: 2 dead, homes destroyed [SPECIAL REPORT]

    Hurricane Isaias aftermath: 2 dead, homes destroyed [SPECIAL REPORT]

    North Carolina and South Carolina are cleaning up in the aftermath of Hurricane Isaias. The storm has been blamed for at least two deaths, damage to countless buildings, and over 200,000 power outages.

    From our Charlotte studios, James Brierton has the latest on the storm cleanup, featuring reports from Dan Whittaker in Windsor in Bertie County, Chris Jackson in Cherry Grove, and Ethan Clark at the site of landfall in Ocean Isle.

    You'll also hear from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and other state officials, who held a briefing Tuesday in the aftermath of Isaias.


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    Hurricane Isaias: Tuesday morning update [SPECIAL REPORT]

    Hurricane Isaias: Tuesday morning update [SPECIAL REPORT]

    A large fire is burning in Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina. There are over 200,000 power outages in North Carolina. And Isaias is continuing to produce life threatening winds, flooding, and scattered tornadoes.

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    Isaias could become hurricane before landfall: Monday afternoon update [SPECIAL REPORT]

    Isaias could become hurricane before landfall: Monday afternoon update [SPECIAL REPORT]

    Tropical Storm Isaias could could intensifies into a hurricane before making landfall near the state border of South Carolina and North Carolina overnight Monday into Tuesday.

    James Brierton has the latest forecast track from the National Hurricane Center. Evan Fisher reports form Charleston, South Carolina, where tropical storm force winds have arrived. We'll also hear from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper and state officials, along with officials in Horry County, South Caorlina, who both held emergency briefings Monday afternoon.

    A Hurricane Warning has been issued from Georgetown, South Carolina through just north of Wilmington, South Caorlina. This includes Myrtle Beach and Horry County, South Carolina. Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect elsewhere along the Carolina coast. In addition, Storm Surge Warnings are issued along much of the Carolina coast.

    Impacts from the storm include storm surge, flash flooding, and isolated tornadoes. Downed utilities and powerlines are possible, especially along the I-95 corridor, from wind gusts near hurricane force.

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