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A tropical depression is likely to form in the central Atlantic Ocean during the next couple of days, but its future path and strength are typically uncertain for a storm a week to 10 days away from concerning the U.S.
Something that resembled an offshore oil rig could be seen traveling north on June 20 and then south on Friday evening within sight of the northern beaches. We'll tell you what it is.
The same wind that will provide energy steadily blew Friday in Kitty Hawk as dozens of dignitaries and Dominion North Carolina Power officials gathered to dedicate the company’s first renewable power grid.
Reports are that a loud boom or series of booms last night were Navy exercises, but numerous people on the Outer Banks also reported seeing bright orbs rising above the ocean at about the same time.
The Navy said the loud boom heard Tuesday night around 9:30 p.m. over the Outer Banks was related to training exercises, WAVY-TV reported.
Lifeguards along the Outer Banks had to pull dozens of swimmers out of powerful rips currents Monday after heavy surf and east winds over the weekend made conditions dangerous for beach-goers.
If anything illustrates Ernie Foster’s fishing heritage on Hatteras Island, it’s the Albatross Fleet’s net house, a weathered wooden building near the family home and graveyard.
Conditions on the Bonner Bridge and N.C. 12 have allowed for the re-opening of Hatteras Island to everyone starting at 4 p.m. Access was planned in stages, starting with permanent residents and essential business personnel.
Hurricane Arthur moved out quickly the morning of July 4. But the storm left behind some flooding and cleanup for the Outer Banks. The day in video and pictures.
A shift west in the forecast track for Hurricane Arthur means the the barrier islands could be hit in the next six hours with the more powerful eastern side of the storm.
A few miles east or west will make a big difference. A track further inland could possible create a Hurricane Irene scenario, with southwest winds putting pressure on the back side of northern Hatteras Island.
A hurricane warning was posted at 5 p.m. today for the entire region as Tropical Storm Arthur began forming an eye wall and computer models showed a shift in the storm's track to the west.