A heavy afternoon downpour accompanied by high-speed winds Monday brought flooding to downtown Johnson City.
A sudden storm left parts of Johnson City flooded on Monday.
It’s going to be a hot sunny, weekend, giving locals ample opportunities for outdoor activities.
Residents in the Tri-Cities can expect temperatures to remain in the mid-80s to low 90s for the next 10 days, with no day’s humidity below 61 percent.
“I’m here today because I have six grandkids,” Gunn said. “And I’m increasingly concerned with the kind of world we are going to leave them.”
A new report finds that high-tide flooding is happening across the United States at twice the rate it was just 30 years ago, and predicts records for such flooding will continue to be broken for decades as sea levels rise.
Rescuers searched Thursday for three people who disappeared in rural Virginia amid flooding that washed out roads and bridges and damaged homes as the effects of Subtropical Storm Alberto were felt across several states.
Missing: 3 in Virginia
The heavy rains had stopped, at least for the time being in North Carolina, but Gov. Roy Cooper said several other dams could be in danger as rivers continued to rise.
Alberto is a still-menacing depression after its Memorial Day landfall on the Gulf Coast, scattering heavy rains around the South and raising risks of flash floods.
A strong wind storm that moved through the area downed a tree near the now-defunct Buffalo Valley Golf Course Tuesday night. No injuries were reported.
ATLANTA — More than 29 million people face a threat of severe storms Monday that could bring hail the size of tennis balls, damaging winds and strong tornadoes to the southeastern United States, forecasters said.
The consensus among Johnson City park visitors was as clear as the skies Tuesday afternoon — “It’s a perfect day.”
Friday saw usually high temperatures for February, with the Tri-Cities reaching 60 degrees under sunny skies. But don't break out those shorts just yet.
ELIZABETHTON — Road crews from the Carter County Highway Department worked all day clearing ice and snow from the county’s roads on Tuesday. Road Superintendent Roger Colbaugh said as much as five inches of snow covered the roads at higher
Jan 30, 2018 at 6:36 PM