Hurricane Arthur

Vehicles leaving Ocracoke Island after a mandatory evacuation because of the Tropical Storm Arthur on July 2, 2014 in Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. (credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Power Is Back On, So Ocracoke Island Reopens

Power has been restored on Ocracoke Island and officials have reopened the remote Outer Banks town to visitors after Hurricane Arthur slammed the island.

07/06/2014

Businesses on two of North Carolina's barrier islands hoped to salvage the rest of the holiday weekend after Arthur clipped the state without causing major damage before churning north toward Canada and losing strength early Saturday morning.  (credit: NOAA via Getty Images)

Arthur Weakens, Downgraded To Tropical Storm

MANTEO, N.C. (AP) — Businesses on two of North Carolina’s barrier islands hoped to salvage the rest of the holiday weekend after Arthur clipped the state without causing major damage before churning north toward Canada […]

07/05/2014

Power company trucks travel along Highway 64 after flooding caused by Hurricane Arthur in Nags Head, North Carolina. (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

North Carolina Coast Survives Hurricane Arthur

Tens of thousands without power after Hurricane Arthur causes flooding in the Outer Banks.

07/04/2014

Hurricane Arthur Arthur was located about 55 miles northeast of Cape Fear and about 110 miles southwest of Cape Hatteras. It continues moving northeast at 15 mph. (Photo by NOAA via Getty Images)

Hurricane Arthur Strengthens To Category 2

Winds increase to 100 mph as it lashes the North Carolina coast.

07/03/2014

Businesses on two of North Carolina's barrier islands hoped to salvage the rest of the holiday weekend after Arthur clipped the state without causing major damage before churning north toward Canada and losing strength early Saturday morning.  (credit: NOAA via Getty Images)

Arthur Could Become 1st Hurricane To Hit US On July 4th As Forecasters Expect It To Strengthen To Category 2

Hurricane Arthur gained strength in the Atlantic on Thursday and threatened to strike near the North Carolina coast on Independence Day, prompting thousands of vacationers and residents to leave parts of the state’s popular but flood-prone Outer Banks.

07/03/2014

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