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Hurricane season officially begins


Weakening Alberto staying west; Heaviest rainfall staying west


NOAA forecasters make predictions for the 2018 hurricane season


ECU hosting hurricane preparedness seminar


2017 Atlantic hurricane season ends today


Tropical Storm Rina forms in the Atlantic; Moves towards Greenland


TROPICAL UPDATE: Tropical Depression 19 forms in Atlantic


TROPICAL UPDATE: Philippe no threat to NC


Tropical Update: Ophelia now a category 1 hurricane


Nate marches across East Coast, dumping heavy rains


Tropical Update: Nate now down to a tropical depression


2017 hurricane season most active on record


Local Coast Guard cutter restoring aids in Puerto Rico


Coast Guard captures video of surf drills off Nags Head during Maria


Hurricane Maria bringing strong winds to Eastern Carolina


Flooding covers Highway 12 on Cedar Island


Coastal residents ready themselves for Hurricane Maria


Ocracoke & Hatteras islands reopen to visitors


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