Remember this one? Christmas of 2010…

A “White Christmas” is truly rare in eastern North Carolina. The biggest on record (officially) occurred back in December of 1989, when Wilmington recorded 15 inches. Some locations in Brunswick County recorded nearly 20 inches. More recently, a major snowstorm hit the state Christmas week of 2010. A classic coastal low pressure system combined with invading arctic air to produce up to 13 inches in the WNCT9 viewing area. The first flakes fell late on December 25, but the bulk of measurable precipitation in eastern NC occurred on December 26. I remember that snowfall well. It was my son’s first…

Forecasts showing Hurricane Irma slamming into the U.S. bogus at this point

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – You may or may not have seen forecasts for Hurricane Irma like the one above. They look a lot like a typical track…