Posted: 04/05/2011 - Cleaning up toppled trees will cost the city of Augusta thousands.
Updated: 04/06/2011 - Campers were flipped over, cars smashed by trees. Cleanup crews at campsites near Lake Thurmond say it could take weeks before all of the debris is cleared out. Families say it's a miracle no one was killed.
Updated: 04/05/2011 - CSRA under severe thunderstorm warning. Several power outages across the area.
Updated: 03/29/2011 - News 12 meteorologist Vicki Graf is keeping an eye on water levels and says they're rapidly inching higher. She says more rain this week brings in a possibility for flooding near local lakes and rivers.
Posted: 03/26/2011 - Severe Thunderstorm Warning For Wilkes County until 8:30pm
Posted: 03/26/2011 - Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Emanuel County until 8pm
Posted: 03/26/2011 - Tornado Warning over Emanuel County until 7:45pm
Updated: 03/24/2011 - Health officials say the pollen count in Georgia is soaring this week.
Posted: 03/11/2011 - Take the world's most earthquake-prepared country, jolt it with one of the biggest quakes in history and add a devastating tsunami minutes later.
Posted: 03/03/2011 - The National Weather Service has confirmed it was a tornado that struck in northern Greenville County earlier this week.
Posted: 03/01/2011 - National Weather Service meteorologists are investigating reports of two tornados in Newberry County.
Posted: 02/18/2011 - The Forestry Commission says warm temperatures, low humidity and high winds forecast for the long President's Day weekend will increase the chances of a devastating wildfire.
Posted: 02/02/2011 - Both Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania and Gen. Beauregard Lee in Georgia are predicting an early spring, but a bird in South Carolina beat them with the forecast.
Posted: 02/02/2011 - Georgia's famed groundhog, Gen. Beauregard Lee, is predicting an early spring.
Posted: 01/21/2011 - Governor Nathan Deal says he will enter an executive order to empower the state's emergency management agency to coordinate across departments and improve Georgia's response to major storms like the one that crippled metro Atlanta last week.
Posted: 01/19/2011 - State climatologist David Stooksbury says the Arctic oscillation pattern is returning to normal.
Updated: 01/16/2011 - The figure is just the starting point, since many costs have yet to be tallied. A spokesman said coming days will bring the final cost.
Posted: 01/15/2011 - South Carolina's largest private utility said its customers used 4,872 megawatts of electricity during the 8 a.m. hour Friday. That broke the previous record of 4,720 megawatts set on January 11th, 2010.
Posted: 01/12/2011 - At least seven Planters Electric crews in Burke County work to get the power back. But work has been slow in rural areas, where frozen tree limbs have toppled some power lines.