From landfall to almost a week later, we covered many aspects of Hurricane Florence and the historic flooding. Filmed in September 2018, thousands of miles were driven across North Carolina from Wilmington, to Dunn, to Charlotte, and to Greensboro. Advertisements
A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the coast of North
Carolina from Surf City northward to the North Carolina/Virginia
border, including the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.
Hurricane Irma is trucking its way towards Florida. Category 4 strength is expected for Florida. This will move through the state with wind, flooding, rain, and tornadoes as well as storm surge.
Computer model data has been pretty consistent on where it wants to point Hurricane Irma, now a category 5 hurricane. The first location in the path of Irma is starting to get blasted and that’s the leeward islands.
Hurricane Irma is many many miles out in the ocean but some concerns need to be addressed. Most people don’t get an emergency kit together, and now is the time to prepare. Even if Irma goes and skirts the coast the need for a kit is important for survival. Think about this: You get water,… Continue reading Hurricane Irma Not Set in Stone but Early Precautions Should Start Now
On September 2, 2016 Tropical Storm Hermine made its way across Wilmington, North Carolina (NC). Wind reports in NC for the storm ranged up to 80 mph, and total rainfall in NC ranged up to 13.34 inches (reported by the National Weather Service). Dan Whittaker and Nic Roberson of StormSquad stayed the night in Wilmington… Continue reading A Look Back at Tropical Storm Hermine
A time-lapse of North Carolina storms filmed from late May, to late June, 2017. From amazing shelf clouds to continuous lightning, these storms produced quite a view to kick off the summer. Bodie Island lighthouse can be seen at the end of the video as a lightning storm towers in the distance. Filmed by Dan… Continue reading North Carolina Storms, May – June 2017