Also, the Asheville Citizen-Times has hired two new reporters, and more.
Also, a loyal reader asks if any Asheville bars/restaurants plan on showing the season premier of Downtown Abbey, and more.
More rain is on the way.
The new weather reporting stations will improve safety along the 469 miles of national park.
WLOS meteorologist Julie Wunder has been back to work behind the scenes since Monday.
Thousands of WLOS viewers wonder how Julie Wunder is, and when she'll return to deliver their TV weather.
According to WaPo, snowfall is decreasing by the decade in WNC.
How it all shook out last night.
The NWS says 3 to 6 inches of snow for Thursday in WNC. Ray's Weather says 1 to 3 for Asheville.
Students used the crabapple tree's big limbs as warm-weather lounge chairs for decades.
The project, by Ray's Weather and the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation, will include 18 weather stations and webcams.
Headed our way for the first day of winter (Friday): Single-digit wind chill and winter's first snow.
Plan for possible power outages and have a plan for food, heat and water for several days.
Here’s some of what’s going on: -Fred’s Beds closing on Haywood Road: The store is at 701 Haywood Road, not far from the exciting renovations at the Isis Theater. From comment on West Asheville Watch ...
Not just killer heat today, but unhealthy air. Code orange air is "Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups."
According to WLOS assistant news director Bryan Luhn, the highest temperature ever recorded in Asheville is 100 degrees, on August 21, 1983. Friday-Sunday are shaping up to approach this record with some of the hottest temperatures ...