Rainy, unsettled weather will mark last days of spring
Rainy, unsettled weather will mark the last few days of spring before dry, gorgeous weather ushers in the first day of summer - and the longest day of the year - on Friday.
Downed trees, outages reported across region after storms
As storms raced through the region Thursday evening, massive trees were no match for the powerful winds. More than two dozen counties reported some damage, but state officials said it's too early to determine whether any qualify for recovery assistance.
Thousands without power after high-speed storms thrash NC
A ferocious line of thunderstorms raced through central North Carolina on Thursday, uprooting trees and snapping power lines with straight-line wind gusts up to 70 mph.
WRAL News Extra
WRAL News is extended for coverage of storms that knocked out power, downed trees and rocked through central North Carolina on June 13, 2013.-- Well let you know we are going to be extending our severe weather coverage and if you're looking for the CBS evening news in about five minutes we're gonna broadcast that on W -- Q.
Fishel: Huge swath of storms packs 80-mph punch
"This won't be so much a tornado threat as it will be a huge swath of thunderstorms with damaging straight-line winds," said WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel.
State-by-state look at Iowa to Mid-Atlantic storm
Massive thunderstorms that swept through the Midwest are pushing toward the Mid-Atlantic states. Meteorologists warn that the line of storms could launch a weather event called a derecho, which is a straight-line wind storm spanning at least 240 miles. Here's a snapshot of what is happening, state by state:
Big storm threat brewing from Iowa to Mid-Atlantic
An unusually massive line of storms packing hail, lightning and tree-toppling winds Wednesday could affect more than one in five Americans as it rolls from Iowa to Maryland.
Bring back the heat: Widespread 90s expected Wednesday
Raleigh-Durham International Airport hasn't reached 90 degrees yet in 2013, bucking a trend that has held up for more than 125 years, WRAL meteorologist Mike Moss said.
Unusually massive line of storms aim at Midwest
A gigantic line of powerful thunderstorms could affect one in five Americans on Wednesday as it rumbles from Iowa to Maryland packing hail, lightning and tree-toppling winds.
Extended tornado coverage
Tornado warnings have been issued for Warren and Franklin counties until 6:59 p.m. WRAL News will remain on the air until the threat passes.Fayetteville I think you -- folks are fine no more threat for severe weather it's all used to this line so still and Nash county. Halifax county Northampton county. We're gonna still be under the gun watch out for the potential for severe weather for right now the greatest threat. Is over Franklin county and also Warren county. Let me go back. From the National Weather