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Local NewsWake School Board Scours County for Land, Help
Low Lake Levels Lead to Historic Find
Medical Board Wants Death Penalty Lawsuit Dropped
Motives of Granville Leadership Class Questioned
Parent Doesn't Want Children to Learn of Teacher's Sex Change
Easley's Development Proposal Could Doom Goodyear Grants
Former Duke Lacrosse Prosecutor Heads to Court
Wake Schools Cuts Some Bus Service to After-School Club
Prosecutor: Wrongful Conviction Is 'Nightmare'
NewsApex Man Charged With Child Sex Abuse
Cyclist Charged in Rocky Mount Slaying
Body of Missing Woman Found in Wilson
Panel Upholds Stripping St. Andrews of Accreditation
State Fair Tickets Available Online Sept. 4
Easley Waives Restrictions for Trucks Aiding in Drought Relief
Roxboro Police Investigate Man's Death
Burning Ban Douses Holiday Campfires
Road Construction on Hold for Labor Day Weekend
Man Killed by Train in Durham
WeatherWRAL WeatherCenter Blog : Hello, hope you're doing good. This may be so far out there it's stupid but I just got to ask. With the drought in mind is there any way that you know of that we could use ocean water to assist with our water shortage? Had a friend stationed on a submarine years ago and I remember him telling me they used ocean water for their fresh water needs on board. Told me how the salt was fairly easily removed and that it actually tasted pretty good to drink. I realize the initial costs would be very high but after the initial steps are in place and people look at the alternatives, if any, it just may be worth looking into it even being possible. So, like I said, I ask cause I don't know. Thank you!
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I notice all the time when I'm reading the National Hurricane Center's tropical weather discussions, and meteorologists in general, routinely speak of upper level features and surface features. How high up in the atmosphere does a feature need to be to be considered "upper level". Thank you for taking questions. I hope this one has not been asked before!
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : My son read this in the 2006 Guinness Book of Records - "Most freakish temperature rise - The temperature rose from -4 degrees F to 44 degrees F in two minutes at Spearfish, South Dakota on January 22, 1943." Would you explain meteorologically how this could have happened? Thanks.
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : The recent question about days over 95 in August leads me to a related one: what's the normal number of days 90 and above in a summer? And the normal number of 100+ days? Are we at a record yet in these categories?
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