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Phillip's Forecast: Bright and brisk Thursday afternoon

Watching out for icy roads as temperatures drop Friday night

Crews repair utility pole damaged in snowy accident

DOT crews work together to clear roads

UPDATED: Widespread 2 to 4 inch snow totals for inland areas; less on the coast

ROAD REPORT: Slick spots reported on Eastern Carolina roads

Snow falling in Eastern Carolina in several locations

Cooper urges people to get prepared ahead of winter storm

CHECK YOUR POLLING PLACE: Inclement weather in Pitt County could change hours

CONFIRMED: Tornado touched down this morning in Carteret County

Tornado touchdown confirmed in Craven County

Organizations help Hurricane Dorian victims

Pitt-Greenville Airport flights cancelled for Friday, will resume Saturday

Greenville & Pitt County announce curfew due to Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane related death in Pamlico County

UPDATE: Statewide power outages drop below 19,000

Tornado watch in effect for all of ENC

Governor Cooper urging preparation ahead of Hurricane Dorian

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