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2.3 Magnitude earthquake occurs near Kershaw

The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 2.3 magnitude earthquake occurring near Kershaw at 4:52 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15.

  DRONE VIDEO: EF-2 tornado destroys parts of Kershaw County high school

Cape Fear’s top 5 weather events of 2019

Bladen Co. added to Hurricane Dorian disaster declaration

  Very destructive 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season ends

  First Alert Forecast: Sunshine filled days ahead, perfect for holiday travel

  First Alert Forecast: Showers overnight, Sunny days ahead

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9 great white sharks suddenly show up near the Carolinas

Rare meteor shower on tap for late Thursday night

  Island Helping Island: Area fire departments aiding recovery efforts in the Bahamas

  First Alert Forecast: rain wraps up Tuesday night, sunny and seasonable midweek

  First Alert Forecast: warm and wet pattern likely to close October

  First Alert Forecast: dryness holds Thursday, rain chances gel soon after

  Nestor: What to expect in the Cape Fear Region

Warm water and favorable atmospheric conditions could allow this feature to grow into a tropical storm.

  Fall Foliage: Recent warmth may delay color changes in North Carolina

In September, Wilmington’s daytime and nighttime temperatures were about four degrees warmer than average for the month.

  First Alert Forecast: cooler and cloudy with clearing ahead

A cold front is poised to move through Tuesday and ample cloud coverage will result in cooler temperatures across the Cape Fear Region.

  First Alert Forecast: rain and storm chances to start the week

Another cold front is poised to move through sometime Tuesday, with higher chances for showers and storms advertised as its opening act.

  First Alert Forecast: cooler air so close, yet so far...

  First Alert Forecast: October opens summery, cooler days ahead

  First Alert Forecast: showery Labor Day, Dorian impacts mid to late week

  NOAA revises numbers up for remainder of 2019 hurricane season

  Astronaut reflects on 29 years of Hubble imagery and discovery

Hurricane categories - why they’re useful and where they fall short

This week in Wilmington weather: a roller coaster of temperatures

Little did we know at that time, we’d see the first 80 degree reading of 2019.

  Heads up: Viewing conditions for Sunday’s lunar eclipse

The concern in the Lower Cape Fear Regions is whether Sunday’s clouds will clear out in time for viewing of this lunar spectacular.

Wilmington hits 100 inches of rain in 2018: perspective on this epic record

Wilmington has officially done it! Wilmington International Airport recorded 100 inches of rain for the calendar year of 2018.

Warm temps delaying appearance of fall colors

In 2018, the process has been later than usual. This is due, in large part, to warmer than average temperatures