Weather

July 15, 2014 3:46 PM

Climate report warns of 4-foot floods on NC coast

Climate Central published interactive online maps it said will help North Carolina coastal residents gauge the risk of flooding expected to increase as the seas rise. Meanwhile, the NC Coastal Resources Commission science panel prepared to start work on a new official state forecast for sea-level rise during the next 30 years.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Hail and heavy rain moves through Triangle 00:36

Hail and heavy rain moves through Triangle

Wake County school bus drivers show off skills 01:20

Wake County school bus drivers show off skills

Durham’s Congregations, Associations and Neighborhoods Caucus outlines policing proposals. 03:07

Durham’s Congregations, Associations and Neighborhoods Caucus outlines policing proposals.

Inside Counter Culture Coffee's new headquarters 01:41

Inside Counter Culture Coffee's new headquarters

Chapel Hill mural hit with political grafitti 00:42

Chapel Hill mural hit with political grafitti

ART2WEAR celebrates 15th year on the runway 01:13

ART2WEAR celebrates 15th year on the runway

Margaret Spellings visits N.C. State 01:16

Margaret Spellings visits N.C. State

NAACP calls for federal probe of fatal Raleigh police shooting of Akiel Denkins 00:59

NAACP calls for federal probe of fatal Raleigh police shooting of Akiel Denkins

Rolanda Byrd addresses prayer service at Bible Way Temple 01:36

Rolanda Byrd addresses prayer service at Bible Way Temple

‘Air horn orchestra’ seeks McCrory’s attention on House Bill 2 01:14

‘Air horn orchestra’ seeks McCrory’s attention on House Bill 2

Wake DA clears Raleigh officer in Denkins shooting 02:59

Wake DA clears Raleigh officer in Denkins shooting

Neuse Little Theatre rehearses 'Elephant Sighs' 01:32

Neuse Little Theatre rehearses 'Elephant Sighs'

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos