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We're just a few hours out from the eclipse! Please, please make sure you use proper protective eyewear or solar viewers. Save your sight! ... See MoreSee Less

Were just a few hours out from the eclipse! Please, please make sure you use proper protective eyewear or solar viewers. Save your sight!

When will the eclipse start where you are? Check out this nifty table! More details and the hourly forecast here: www.weather.gov/gsp/eclipse ... See MoreSee Less

When will the eclipse start where you are? Check out this nifty table! More details and the hourly forecast here: http://www.weather.gov/gsp/eclipse

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Happy total solar eclipse day! (We might be just a little bit excited). Good luck and good weather to all planning to watch! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy total solar eclipse day! (We might be just a little bit excited). Good luck and good weather to all planning to watch!

Check out your latest forecast for the Great American Eclipse. ow.ly/VEns30eriKH #Eclipse2017 #ncwx #scwx #gawx ... See MoreSee Less

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This is our latest GOES-16 satellite pic. ... See MoreSee Less

This is our latest GOES-16 satellite pic.

Although the rip current risk is low today, rip currents are still possible near inlets, jetties, groins and piers. Rip currents are most prevalent several hours either side of low tide which will be around 2 pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Although the rip current risk is low today, rip currents are still possible near inlets, jetties, groins and piers. Rip currents are most prevalent several hours either side of low tide which will be around 2 pm.

Severe thunderstorms can produce damaging hail! The largest hail stone recorded in the US measured 7.9 inches, and a 3 inch hailstone can fall to the ground as fast as 107 mph. Find shelter, stay indoors, and stay away from windows. www.nws.noaa.gov/os/thunderstorm/ #SpringSafety ... See MoreSee Less

Severe thunderstorms can produce damaging hail!  The largest hail stone recorded in the US measured 7.9 inches, and a 3 inch hailstone can fall to the ground as fast as 107 mph.  Find shelter, stay indoors, and stay away from windows.  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/thunderstorm/ #SpringSafety

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