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  • 33rd anniversary of 1984 Carolinas tornado outbreak

    33rd anniversary of 1984 Carolinas tornado outbreak

    Friday, March 28 2014 11:02 AM EDT2014-03-28 15:02:42 GMT
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    March 28, 1984 is a day that is burned into the memory of many Carolinians. Friday is the 30th anniversary of one of the worst tornado outbreaks to ever strike the Carolinas.

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    March 28, 1984 is a day that is burned into the memory of many Carolinians. Friday is the 30th anniversary of one of the worst tornado outbreaks to ever strike the Carolinas.

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  • FIRST ALERT: Severe storm threat Friday

    FIRST ALERT: Severe storm threat Friday

    Tuesday, March 28 2017 4:08 PM EDT2017-03-28 20:08:43 GMT
    Friday storm threatFriday storm threat

    MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF)  Severe chances of showers and storms will move through the region this week with low to minimal chances of severe weather.  The return of warmer spring temperatures, and several storm systems moving through the Carolinas will provide the chances of showers and storms at times over the next seven days.  We're in the time of year when we have to closely examine each system for the risk of severe weather.  TUESDAY:  The first storm syst...

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    MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF)  Severe chances of showers and storms will move through the region this week with low to minimal chances of severe weather.  The return of warmer spring temperatures, and several storm systems moving through the Carolinas will provide the chances of showers and storms at times over the next seven days.  We're in the time of year when we have to closely examine each system for the risk of severe weather.  TUESDAY:  The first storm syst...

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  • FIRST ALERT: Slight chance of early season tropical development, no US threat

    FIRST ALERT: Slight chance of early season tropical development, no US threat

    Monday, March 27 2017 4:25 PM EDT2017-03-27 20:25:17 GMT
    Forecast ModelsForecast Models
    MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF)  The National Hurricane Center is indicating a low risk of tropical development.  A large area of showers and thunderstorms several hundred miles northeast of the Bahamas is being watched by the National Hurricane Center for a low risk of pre-season tropical development.  The area of disturbed weather is producing gale force winds over the Atlantic, but it still not organized enough to be considered a tropical system.  With or without trop...More >>
    MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF)  The National Hurricane Center is indicating a low risk of tropical development.  A large area of showers and thunderstorms several hundred miles northeast of the Bahamas is being watched by the National Hurricane Center for a low risk of pre-season tropical development.  The area of disturbed weather is producing gale force winds over the Atlantic, but it still not organized enough to be considered a tropical system.  With or without trop...More >>

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