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Local News500,000 Gallons of Water Lost in Knightdale Pipe Break
Attorney: Court Erred in Allowing Petrick to Represent Self
Harnett Students Taken to Hospital After Bus Accident
Crews Working Around the Clock to Reopen Busy Cary Intersection
Wrong-Way Driver Collides With Tractor-Trailer
Wake School Board Considering New Middle School Design
Weinbrecht's Balanced Growth Approach a Hit with Cary Voters
Mayor: Fayetteville Prayers Can Include 'Jesus'
Beef Recalled After 2 Local Children Infected With E. Coli
NTSB: Pilot Had Filed No Plan Before Clayton Crash
Drought Saps State Fair Entries
Jury Finds Moore County Man Guilty in Slaying Trial
Tell Us Your Story
NewsRoanoke Rapids Man Charged With Sex Offenses
Colin Powell to Visit Camp Challenge Kids
RBC Event Expected to Clog Roads Thursday
College Student From Cary Found Dead in UNCW Dorm Room
Man Jumps From Amtrak Train Bound for New York
Juror Jailed After Talking, Napping
Woman Rescued From Sinking Car
WeatherWRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I and others noticed some unusual contrails over Wake county Wednesday. Is it possible that cloud seeding is going on?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : Greg has mentioned that in the next week, with high temperatures expected in the 90's that we could set a record for the number of days in a single year above 90 for "all time, all location." Obviously the "all time" is since records have been kept, but does the "all location" mean all locations in NC or the Southeast or the US or in North America or the western hemisphere or etc.? We are having trouble believing that this could be an all time all world record.
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : Since the number of 90 degree days broke the record from 1953, was the winter of 1953-54 hotter than normal, too?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I noticed when I took a trip recently and at other times in the past that the clouds on top are billow and fluffy but underneath they are flat. I really notice it more when I go to Arizona. Almost as if they are sitting flat on a table. What causes this?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : This is more a curiosity question: On the noon news today, The rainfall for Raleigh was a bit over 8" below normal, but locations all around Raleigh, particularly Wilmington, were considerably further behind than Raleigh. We hear so much that any rain will be south and east of the Triangle. Why are other locations so much further behind than us? I know the mountains have some micro-climates where the annual rainfall can vary greatly from one location to the other. Is this also the case south and east of here?
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : Today (Oct 9th) it is supposed to hit 94 degrees. It was 92 yesterday I think. What's the latest in the year it has ever been 90 degrees or above? Also what's the running total for 90+ degree days for 2007 vs. the previous record? Also should we get used to above normal temperatures in the future?
SportsTom Suiter : We're Getting Ready for 'Halfway Friday'
5 On Your SideConsumer Reports Re-Tests Car Seats
BusinessUNC-CH Gets $5 million for Honors Program
Charlotte Diabetes Foundation Names Chief
Deutsche Bank Invests in Teachers
Contract Research Firm Plans to Add 1,100 Jobs in N.C.
LifestylesBill Leslie's Carolina Conversations : Awesome Autumn Adventure
EntertainmentBrian Shrader's Siteseeing Blog : Ten Whatchamacallits -- and Their Real Names
Health TeamParents Should Track Child's Speech Development