More stories by Megan Lindsey

A Look Back at Hurricane Harvey

The 2017 hurricane season was record breaking…and that is not necessarily a good thing. Harvey is the second-most costly hurricane in U.S. h…

Mess It Up With Megan: Sugar Snakes

This week on Mess It Up With Megan, we are going to be making sugar snakes. Here at WNCT, we want to always stress the dangers of fire. So p…

What is “sea fog”?

The past few days many people across the area have seen this thing called “sea fog” and was wondering why this is occurring. Fog itself is a…

Taking a Look at the Thomas Fire

Recently, Southern California has been ravaged by wildfires. One in particular is the Thomas fire located in Santa Barbara and Ventura count…

The Snowstorm of 1980

With many people throwing around the ‘s’ word lately, I thought we should take a look back at one of the biggest snowstorms that eastern Nor…

A Look Back at November Hurricanes

Even though hurricane season is coming to a close, that does not mean we cannot see storms in November. We are going to take a look at a few…

Warmer than average winter expected?

If you like warmer winters rather than cooler winters, this outlook might make you happy. We are expecting La Nina to develop during the win…

Is Mosquito Season a Thing?

In the past couple of weeks, I have noticed mosquitoes have become more abundant around my home.  So I decided to look into mosquitoes and w…

Taking a Look Back in Time

Since Hurricane Harvey is expected to make landfall as a major hurricane (category 3 or higher), I decided to look back at the last hurrican…

Ice, Ice Baby

As many news organizations have already released, there is now a new massive iceberg floating around near Antarctica. The iceberg is roughly…

Hurricanes in July

Hurricanes in the month of July are very unlikely.  Just take a look at the chart below. When they do form, the tracks are likely to go one …

Wacky Weather Words

We have all heard those weird weather terms whether its from your local TV meteorologist or if its in a weather article.  Here are some of t…

What Do Those Words Mean?

Ever heard a weird weather term come out of a meteorologist’s mouth and thought to yourself, “What does that even mean?” While there are man…

Can It Really Rain Cats and Dogs?

Many people use this analogy to describe very large amounts of rainfall or large rain drops…but can it actually happen?  The answers is yes……

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