Updated: 12/01/2013 - Comet ISON was going to be one of the brightest objects in our night sky this December IF it made the trip around the sun. Did it survive? Also, click on over to see how the forecasts stacked up against this year's hurricane season.
Updated: 11/03/2013 - Set the alarm clock, grab a jacket and head outside. Sunday morning we'll have front row seats to a partial solar eclipse. Here you'll find a graphic to help with viewing this celestial event.
Updated: 09/18/2013 - There is a scheduled launch of a two-stage Antares rocket from Wallops Island Wednesday at 10:58am. Most of eastern Carolina will have a chance to spot this rocket as it heads to the ISS
Updated: 09/12/2013 - In this week's World of Weather we take a look at some of the interesting things going on in the weather and science community
Updated: 08/08/2013 - Each August the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration revisits their hurricane outlook from May and adjusts the forecast based on current climate trends.
Updated: 12/17/2013 - As of 8:30 pm the National Hurricane Center indicates Dorian is a post-tropical cyclone that will have no impact on our area.
Updated: 07/28/2013 - What was Tropical Storm Dorian has dissipated in to an unorganized area of moisture.
Updated: 06/30/2013 - It seems as if the rain will never end, but what is causing the wet pattern and should we start gathering materials for an Ark? Click over to this week's World of Weather
Updated: 04/21/2013 - After two scrubbed launches on Wednesday and Saturday, Orbital Sciences will try for a third time to light the rocket. Window opens at 5pm Sunday evening.
Posted: 03/13/2013 - It's too late to name the comet, but certainly not too late to view it. In this Week's World of Weather we'll discuss our newest comet, Novichonok-Nevski. To find out when, where and how bright, just click here:
Updated: 02/23/2013 - Can you forecast a thunderstorm just by using the pain in your joints? In this week's World of Weather we will explore the impact a little pressure change has on our bodies.
Updated: 02/15/2013 - In the spirit of Valentine's Day, a 150-foot-wide asteroid will move in for a quick kiss of Earth's orbit at a record setting and very intimate distance.
Updated: 02/08/2013 - The heavy rain will be leaving the area through the morning hours, but the winds will continue to gust to 30 mph through the day.
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