Web Weather Extra
Web Weather Extra takes you beyond the forecast, digging into the whys and hows of North Carolina's wild weather.
The WRAL WeatherCenter has a new app for Android phones.
Nate Johnson explains a hurricane's cone of uncertainty and why it is often misinterpreted.
Kerrie Holley, chief technical officer for IBM, talks about Deep Thunder, a new weather technology that helps to predict hyper-local weather up to a day in advance.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at what's expected for the 2011 Atlantic hurricane season, as of July.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at what's expected for the 2011 Atlantic basin hurricane season.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at some new features to the iControl Doppler radar on WRAL.com.
Web Weather Extra takes a look at the WRAL Azalea Gardens with resident horticulturist Tim Grissom.
Web Weather Extra looks at pollen with Tom Mather, spokesman for the NC Division of Air Quality. What it is, how it's counted, why it irritates and how to cope.
Jeff Orrock, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Raleigh explains the difference between storm spotting and storm chasing.
WRAL Chief Meterologist Greg Fishel explains WRAL's personalized severe weather warning service, WeatherCall, and how it works.
Jeff Orrock, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Raleigh talks about severe weather awareness and prevention ahead of Severe Weather Awareness Week (Feb. 27-March 5) in North Carolina.
WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel is back - this time to talk about the drought.
Heather Dinon, a graduate student at N.C. State, recently attended the 91st annual American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting in Seattle.
Liz Jones, curator for educational events at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences on the myths, science and history behind Groundhog Day.
Diana Thomas, a graduate student at the University at Albany in New York, recently took part in a NASA project in which she flew into hurricanes.
WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel joins Nate Johnson for a discussion of the change in meteorology from "deterministic models" to "ensemble forecasting" and why it's important.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at some of the most freqenly asked weather questions submitted to WRAL.com.
A look at WRAL.com's new and improved WRAL WeatherCenter.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson shows upgrades to the iControl Interactive Doppler.
The $40 million Institute for Business & Home Safety Research Center in Chester County, S.C.,is helping contractors build houses to withstand hurricanes, fires and natural disasters.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at what could be in store for hurricane season in November.
Robert Bardon, assistant dean for extension and engagement at North Carolina State University's College of Natural Resources, talks about when the leaves should change to those nice autumn colors.
Dr. Phil Klotzbach, of Colorado State University's Department of Atmospheric Science, is the senior research scientist for the seasonal hurricane forecast the department puts out each year.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at what could be in store for hurricane season in October.
WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner is participating in and serving as the spokeswoman for the annual women's-only Le Tour de Femme cycling event on Saturday, Oct. 9.
Denise Young, director of education and planning at the UNC Morehead Planetarium and Science Center talks about the North Carolina Science Festival going on at the planetarium until Sept. 26 and the UNC Science Expo on Sept. 25.
Local National Weather Service meteorologist Gail Hartfield participated in a research project concerning the future of weather warnings.
Traditionally, September is the busiest month for hurricanes in the Atlantic basin.
Tanner Lovelace and a group of weather enthusiasts entered a worldwide contest in which they made a homemade weather balloon to capture a photo of the Earth's horizon.
Jay Barnes talks about his new book, Hurricane Hazel in the Carolinas, and offers advice for lowlanders.
It's hot outside. So, what are local high schools doing to keep safe football players training in the hot sun?
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at what hurricane season could have in store for August.
Gary Lackmann, a meteorology professor at North Carolina State University, talks about his sabbatical in Hawaii to write a meteorology textbook.
Nicole Morock talks about her website, whatever-weather.com, a job resource for meteorologists that includes forums, blogs, an online store and more.
Ryan Boyles, a state climatologist and the director of the Climate Office of North Carolina at North Carolina State University, joins meteorologist Nate Johnson in a conversation on the heat and how it might affect temperatures the rest of the year.
Meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at the hurricane season so far and what's in store for the rest of the season.
Casey Letkewicz, a doctoral student in meteorology at North Carolina State University, talks about her recent trip studying tornadoes as part of the VORTEX2 research project, designed to learn more about how and why tornadoes form.
It could be a busy hurricane season, WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson explains.
WRAL News photographer Greg Hutchinson shares about his recent trip out west to chase storms.
WRAL Health Team consultant Dr. Allen Mask offers tips on staying healthy and safe while enjoying the outdoors this summer.
Sheri Koones, author of "Prefabulous & Sustainable," talks about the roles weather and climate play in building a home and choosing building materials.
In his new book, "Warnings: The True Story of How Science Tamed the Weather," meteorologist Mike Smith details the never-before-told story of the effort to create the national severe weather warning system, the scientific visionaries who led the task and the storms they faced in the process.
George Bridgers, senior meteorologist for the North Carolina Division of Air Quality talks about air-quality issues in the state and how air quality is forecasted.
Nate Johnson talks with Rodney Collier about the WRAL Azalea Gardens.
Liz Jones, the educational events specialist with the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, talks about Stormfest, a free event on April 10 at the museum.
WRAL meteorologists Greg Fishel and Nate Johnson discuss the impact El Nino will have on spring storms and summer hurricanes.
Meteorologist and author Paul Yeager discusses his new book, 'WEATHER WHYS: Facts, Myths, and Oddities.'
Casey Letkewicz explains what her research found about how storms hold together over the mountains of Western N.C.
WRAL chief meteorologist Greg Fishel talks about how snow forms and why some areas experience more snow than others.
WRAL chief meteorologist Greg Fishel chats about how winter weather is forecast.
Jeff Orrock, warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Raleigh, talks about changes by the NWS to the lead times for hurricane watches and warnings.
Jeff Orrock, warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Raleigh, discusses changes by the NWS to its severe weather warning criteria and the reasons behind the changes.
WRAL meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at the likelihood of a white Christmas in the Triangle.
WRAL Meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner talks about her recent trip to the National Weather Association meeting in Norfolk, Va.
Learn about WRAL's WeatherCall service and how you can register to receive alerts when severe weather threatens your home.
WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel gets a look at a look at what winter might be like in the Triangle.
Dr. Robert Bardon, an assistant dean and associate professor at North Carolina State University, explains why leaves change color and how weather plays a role.
Get a look at WRAL.com's iControl Interactive Doppler's newest feature, the FutureCast.
Cleaning supplies, first aid and non-perishable food items will see you through a hurricane or snowstorm.
WRAL News reporter Amanda Lamb reflects on her coverage of Hurricane Floyd and its aftermath 10 years ago.
Parts of North Carolina have slipped back into a"moderate drought, and Dr. Ryan Boyles, director of the state Climate Office of North Carolina talking about the current drought and some of the complex issues surrounding the Triangle's rapid growth and the strain that growth can put on the water supplies communities rely on.
Dr. Kelly Mahoney, with North Carolina State University, discusses the Weather and Society Integrated Studies workshop.
WRAL meteorologist and U.S. Air Force veteran Mike Moss explains how political and military action is affected by the weather and environment in the Middle East.
Meteorologist Nate Johnson takes a look at WRAL.com's interactive radar, the iControl Doppler.
Five On Your Side's Monica Laliberte offers tips about flood insurance.
Dr. Matthew Brown Parker worked with a team of more than 100 scientists across the midwest tracking storms in the month of May.