Brittany Bell, ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Brittany Bell

ABC11 EyewitnessNews

Raleigh, NC, United States

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Fall foliage is on its way, this weekend's cold front could help with fall colors

Fall foliage is running a few days behind this year because of the hot weather, and dry conditions aren't helping either. → Read More

Fall foliage is on its way, this weekend's cold front could help with fall colors

Fall foliage is running a few days behind this year because of the hot weather, and dry conditions aren't helping either. → Read More

Mid-week cool down: Fall-like weather on the way

It will still feel more like summer Monday, but a cold front will bring a nice cool down midweek. → Read More

System in the Bahamas could become Tropical Storm Humberto

Potential Tropical Cyclone 9 has formed and could affect the Bahamas in the coming days. → Read More

Low pressure in the Bahamas could become Tropical Storm Humberto

A tropical depression or storm could form soon near the Bahamas in the coming days. → Read More

2 tropical waves in Atlantic have low chance of developing into storms

Hurricane Dorian is long gone but while it's still the peak of hurricane system, we're watching two waves of tropical activity in the Atlantic. → Read More

What happens to your home in hurricane-force winds?

Closing your interior doors during a hurricane can lower your risk of losing your roof during a tropical system. → Read More

Tropical Storm Chantal forms in the Atlantic

As of Wednesday morning, Tropical Storm Chantal continued to race eastward over the North Atlantic, approximately 445 miles south of Cape Race, Newfoundland. → Read More

Tropical system in Atlantic could become storm, depression

The tropics are heating up as we approaching August. Right now, we're watching two tropical waves in the Atlantic. → Read More

New technology could speed severe-weather warnings

The timing of your severe warnings are crucial, and meteorologists work hard to get you those warnings as quickly as possible. → Read More

Subtropical storm Andrea forms near Bermuda

Hurricane season doesn't start until June 1, but we're already seeing some action in the tropics. → Read More

It's not yet hurricane season, but a tropical storm could soon form

Hurricane season doesn't start until June 1, but we're already seeing some action in the tropics. → Read More

Lyrid meteor shower peaks overnight Sunday and Monday

The Lyrid meteor shower is peaking Sunday and Monday night! → Read More

Overnight storms down trees, knock out power to thousands in North Carolina

ABC11 is in First Alert Mode as residents in multiple counties are waking up to the aftermath of Sunday night's storm. → Read More

Thousands without power after storm pushes through North Carolina

ABC11 is in First Alert Mode as residents in multiple counties are waking up to the aftermath of Sunday night's storm. → Read More

Tornado Watch in effect until 5 a.m.

ABC11 is in First Alert Mode as multiple counties are under a Tornado Watch until 5 a.m. → Read More

Severe thunderstorm risk increases late Sunday; tornado watch issued

Most of the viewing area is until a Tornado Watch until 8 p.m. and there is a risk for a strong thunderstorm with damaging wind and flash flooding later in the day. → Read More

MORE BUGS? More rain this spring could mean more mosquitoes

MORE BUGS ON THE WAY? The latest spring outlook has been released and it's hinting at wet weather for much of the southeast. → Read More

Pollen to decrease with rain, but allergy season far from over

Rain on Tuesday will bring a reprieve for allergy sufferers but dry weather later this week will raise pollen levels. The peak of allergy season is mid to late April so as of right now pollen will get a little bit worse before it gets better. → Read More

March outlook shows cold start, more rain

As we wrap up the month of February, we've had some major variations with temperatures and it looks like that trend could continue to through March. → Read More