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TS Cristobal crawling to the south at 3 mph


Tropical Storm Cristobal forms, flood threat for Mexico


Bertha now a tropical depression


Arthur moving away after 2020's first tropical system passes near Hatteras


Tropical Storm Sebastien forms in Atlantic


Remnants of Nestor pushing through the area quickly


Tracking Tropics: Lorenzo moving away fast


EF2 tornado struck Emerald Isle RV park


POLICE: Impaired driver rescued from Hurricane Dorian waves


Air evacuations planned for Ocracoke after catastrophic flooding


Multiple cars stranded in floodwaters in Kinston


DORIAN: Jacksonville adult business offers Jim Cantore free admission


All state ferries shut down due to Hurricane Dorian


Likely tornado damages home in Onslow County


Heavy tornado damage in Emerald Isle RV park


Global TransPark being used as base for storm rescue and response operations


Washington preparing for Dorian, sand available for sandbags


Greenville declares State of Emergency ahead of Dorian


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