RALEIGH – Hurricane Florence was the nation’s second rainiest storm in 70 years, a top rainfall meteorologist at NOAA and N.C. State calculated. According to Ken Kunkel, only last year’s Hurricane Harvey rained more over a 14,000 square mile area during four-days. Preliminary analysis found more than 17.5 inches fell in the 14,000 square miles of the eastern Carolinas stretching from Fayetteville, North Carolina, to Florence, South Carolina. The amount is second to Harvey’s 25.6 inches.
RALEIGH — Insurance camps will be held this week in two flood-battered communities in eastern North Carolina to help storm victims recover from Hurricane Florence. State Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey said representatives from approximately 20 […]
RALEIGH — After a summer of watching film, mixing and matching potential line combinations and putting in place a plan to return the Carolina Hurricanes to relevance, new coach Rod Brind’Amour finally got his team […]
RALEIGH — The death toll has risen to at least 34 in three states, with 26 fatalities in North Carolina, as Florence’s remnants went in two directions: Water flowed downstream toward the Carolina coast, and […]