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11:42 am on Saturday April 5, 2014
News 2 Chief Meteorologist Rob Fowler was bit by a snake yesterday while he was preparing for a live shot from the Kids Wonderfest.
4:06 pm on Thursday March 27, 2014
Due to the high probability of severe thunderstorms this weekend, the 24th Annual Folly Beach Sea & Sand Festival & Fundraiser has been postponed to the weekend of April 11-13.
11:39 am on Tuesday March 25, 2014
Spring may be here, but it's going to feel like winter for at lease one more night (and possibly Wednesday night): a freeze warning has come for many parts of the Lowcountry for tonight as temperatures are expected to dip to near or at freezing.
7:24 am on Friday February 14, 2014
After being closed for more than two days, the Ravenel Bridge is open as of 7:10 a.m. Friday.
5:49 am on Wednesday February 12, 2014
The Ravenel Bridge has been closed on Wednesday morning due to winter weather conditions.
4:18 am on Friday January 31, 2014
The College of Charleston was back normal as of noon Thursday, but the closure didn't stop it from collecting some snow day shots from around campus.
4:12 am on Thursday January 30, 2014
With ice and a dusting of snow, the Charleston Twitter channels were filled with great snapshots.
5:43 am on Monday January 27, 2014
Be prepared for a possible icy blast from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday, complete with a chance for snow, sleet, and freezing rain. Thank an developing area of low pressure off the Southeast coast, dropping Monday night temperatures to 32° and...
3:29 am on Wednesday January 8, 2014
Despite rolling blackouts and 20 degree temps, Beaufort schools remained open, even offering some students a special winter ice display. The Beaufort County School District is planning for another normal day today, January 8.
4:24 am on Monday January 6, 2014
Get ready for the first good freeze of the season, and perhaps the coldest temps yet recorded. Monday morning's 60 degree weather is due to slide throughout the day thanks to a "potent" cold front, and to keep sliding until we hit nearly 19 degrees...