Host Lead It's one of the most COMMON nervous habits…but one that can be CAUSE for CONCERN. About 30-percent of children…and 15-percent of adults are NAIL BITERS. This quirk isn't skin deep…for someMore >>
It's one of the most common nervous habits, but one that can be cause for concern. About 30 percent of all children and 15 percent of adults are nail biters. But this quirk isn't skin deep -- for some people, it's a sign of a much deeper issue.More >>
We're going behind the scenes at Bill Rancic's restaurant, RPM Italian in Chicago to see how a professional chef grills a perfect steak.More >>
Steak is one of the most popular home-cooked foods in America, but it can be difficult to cook just right. So we're going behind the scenes at Bill Rancic's restaurant, RPM Italian in Chicago to see how a professional chef grills a perfect steak.More >>
Thursday, December 5 2013 11:06 AM EST2013-12-05 16:06:32 GMT
The 16 year old girl involved in one of two Covington County car crashes Wednesday afternoon has died. All others involved have injuries. Kaylan Ainsworth was extracted from her car and airlifted to theMore >>
A 16-year-old girl involved in one of two Covington County car crashes Wednesday afternoon has died. All others involved have injuries.More >>
HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Along with heavy rains and localized flooding, the Grand Strand was forecasted to see some gusty winds from Tropical Storm Andrea.
One update from the National Hurricane Center listed Andrea's sustained winds at 45 miles per hour and little change in strength was expected as the storm made its way up the East coast toward the Carolinas.
Friday morning, as the storm passed over the state, the WMBF Storm Team recorded wind gusts at 45 miles per hour in North Myrtle Beach and 40 miles per hour at Myrtle Beach International.
"While the winds won't be this bad all day, we will still be pretty windy until about dinner time tonight," said Storm Team Meteorologist Marla Branson.
The following update was provided by out weather producer, Ethan Smith, Thursday night:
Although Andrea has weakened some since it made landfall in Florida, we can still expect gusty winds to accompany the storm when it arrives. Winds will be strongest along the beaches, with gusts up to 40 miles per hour likely. Winds will not be as strong further inland, where the strongest gusts are expected to be in the 20 to 30 mile per hour range. Winds are expected to peak around daybreak on Friday.
With the heavy rain accompanying the storm and the saturated ground from the rain this past week, some weaker trees may be uprooted by the winds. Some light outside objects such as flower pots and trash cans may be blown about, so it may be a good idea to bring such things inside until the storm passes. That being said, the wind impact is expected to be minimal, both at the beaches and inland.
Remember, the WMBF News Hurricane Tracker is a great tool to track tropical storms and hurricanes- you can get the latest information on the storm, see the latest watches and warnings, and even see model forecast tracks. The Hurricane Tracker can be found here: http://www.wmbfnews.com/category/208720/weather-hurricane-tracker
Sunday, December 8 2013 10:17 PM EST2013-12-09 03:17:58 GMT
The lights were bright and music loud for a very, merry Christmas at the Arc of Southeast Mississippi Sunday night. "I'm very happy to be on stage with my friends," said Arc Showstoppers performer MichelleMore >>
The lights were bright and music loud for a very, merry Christmas at the Arc of Southeast Mississippi Sunday night.More >>
Saturday, December 7 2013 9:30 PM EST2013-12-08 02:30:52 GMT
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Carter Hankins threw for 154 yards and two touchdowns and also added a rushing touchdown, leading Forrest County AHS past Lafayette County 21-6 to win the Mississippi Class 4A stateMore >>
Carter Hankins threw for 154 yards and two touchdowns and also added a rushing touchdown, leading Forrest County AHS past Lafayette County 21-6 to win the Mississippi Class 4A state championship on Saturday afternoon.More >>
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