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Local NewsHank Williams Jr. to sing at Palin rally
Opponents: New Wake school would hurt slave cemetery
Credit crunch to affect Wake school assignments
N.C. State students vote in mock election
Gas prices dip below $3 in Roxboro
Ask Anything: 10 questions with District 4 Congressional candidates
Prosecutor: Cooper subpoenas 'fishing expedition'
Raleigh health group gets state honor
Wake Tech building projects on hold
McCrory's passion for politics drives gubernatorial campaign
Will N.C. Senate Dems see red after election?
Progress Energy to offer free fluorescent light bulbs at fair
Annexed residents complain about lack of services
As economy swoons, nonprofits feel economic strain
Cary man accused of animal torture
NewsCumberland County outlines trick-or-treat times
Ex-teacher pleads guilty in child porn case
Durham County offers flu vaccine
Motor vehicle break-ins on the rise in Fayetteville
Cary couple faces child sex charges
State investigating defunct Raleigh eatery
WeatherWRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I need a chart or "table" that would indicate the body comfort level for the relationship between humidity/dew point and temperature on a sliding scale type format. For example, I'd like something that would indicate if 50% humidity and 78 degrees is comfortable or too humid, as well as for other combinations of those readings. I stay so hot in my house most of the time I sometimes think I must have a serious illness, but I'm sure it's because the humidity is too high in relation to the temperature. I have several hygrometers, but they don't show comfort levels. If you have any idea where I can obtain such a "table" showing normal humidity range for various temperatures, I'll greatly appreciate it! I know dew point is important, too, but I have no idea how to derive that number, so a chart or table is what I need showing the comfort and non-comfort "zones." Thanks for any help you can give!
WRAL WeatherCenter Blog : I was in Sampson County today for the Hail as the cells came through. The hail was golf ball to baseball-size. The one piece of hail that got my windshield was about the size of two softballs, and looked like a bunch of hailstones and slush stuck together. Is it typical for hailstones to stick or clump together and form such a large mass? Having never been in a severe hailstorm, I was amazed to see something that size fall out of the sky.. Pretty impressive. Unfortunately my car didn't fair too well, but quite a sight to see.
State NewsN.C. election officials investigate voter forms
State elections board dismisses campaign complaints
WRAL.com at the State Fair : Name the roller coaster
LifestylesBill Leslie's Carolina Conversations : Attacoa Autumn
Rest In Peace Skip-A-Roo
EntertainmentBrian Shrader's Siteseeing Blog : Politics and pumpkins
Health TeamStudy: High doses of B vitamins offer no Alzheimer's help