Hurricane Florence Remnants to Impact Pennsylvania Monday into Tuesday

Hurricane Florence has brought historic amounts of rainfall to North Carolina over the last several days and close to record breaking rainfall amounts in surrounding areas. Now that Hurricane Florence remnants are officially pushing north, we can expect a rainy Monday as moderate to heavy rainfall is expected state-wide. The rainfall may linger into Tuesday,…


Major Hurricane Florence to Cause Catastrophic Damage to the North and South Carolina Coast

We are now a little more than 24 hours from Hurricane Florence making landfall along the North Carolina coastline. Currently, Hurricane Florence is a Category 3 hurricane with wind speeds sustained at 115 MPH. Over the next 24 hours, it is expected to strengthen before it makes landfall. Unfortunately, there is little doubt now that…


Daily Forecast for Wednesday, September 12th, 2018

Mostly cloudy skies today are expected with the chance for scattered showers. A forecast very similar to yesterday’s. Peaks of sunshine are possible if your town is able to luck out this afternoon. If you missed yesterday’s updated forecast from us regarding Hurricane Florence’s impacts, click here: For now, here is the latest forecast track…


Major Hurricane Florence May Make Two Separate Destructive Landfalls in NC & SC

At this point we know Major Hurricane Florence will bring catastrophic impacts to the Outer Banks and Coastal NC. What still remains unclear is where the storm will track after making landfall or near-landfall. Latest runs of the GFS and Euro suggest the storm may not even fully come ashore in Southeast NC before moving…


Major Hurricane Florence Will Have Catastrophic Impacts on East Coast; Latest Forecast Maps

Major Hurricane Florence is now only a few days away from landfall in North Carolina. Models have come to a consensus that landfall will be between Wilmington, NC and Ocracoke, NC. It will likely make landfall as a category four storm, with winds of 140 MPH. Here is the latest track from the National Hurricane…


Additional Rain Expected Through Monday Will Lead to More Flooding

Remnants from Tropical Storm Gordon is sure living up to its potential over the last 36 hours. Places across Pennsylvania have already received 3 to 6 inches of rainfall. Just about everywhere in the state is under some sort Flash Flood Warning/Watch or Flood Watch. Take a look below at the latest advisories issued by…