Now moving into the warm waters of the Gulf, Delta will grow even more in the next 24 hours. The National Hurricane Center is predicting Delta will return to Major Hurricane Status, before hitting the Louisiana coastline sometime late Friday evening.
Friday is a First Alert Weather Day due to the threat of severe storms from Hurricane Laura. Storms will bring the threat of brief spin-up tornadoes along with strong, damaging, straight-line wind gusts. Read more on the timeline and impacts here!
As Hurricane Florence crept toward the North Carolina coast two weeks ago, internet users were glued to the Frying Pan Tower ocean cam watching the storm pummel an American flag with intense winds and rain.
Florence, now downgraded to a tropical storm, claimed fives lives in North Carolina as it pounds the region with destructive winds, life-threatening storm surge, dangerous surf, torrential rainfall, flooding and the potential for tornadoes.
According to a press release, the offer is available from Sept. 14 through Sept. 17 for postpaid and prepaid customers who reside in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Virginia, and are in the direct path of the storm.
President Donald Trump is rejecting the official death toll from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, arguing without evidence that "3,000 people did not die" and calling it a move by Democrats to make him look bad.
Utility crews for Fayetteville Public Utilities left at 6:45 a.m. Thursday to head to Dudley, North Carolina. Ten lineman and five pieces of equipment, including bucket trucks, digger trucks and fuel trucks, took the trip
* Power outages across Cullman County. County Electric Cooperative reports 1,800 customers without power. The Cullman City Power Board reports widespread outages in Northwest sector of the city of Cullman. *