Above average temperatures will linger through the weekend.
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A total solar eclipse occurs Aug. 21 in the United States, starting in Oregon and sweeping across the country to South Carolina.
Bilenda Madison tells us what we need to know when it comes to our pets during the eclipse.
Scientists and psychologists say the eclipse will unify the country - those 2 minutes may bring the US together like no other event in recent years. Also, the eclipse might break the internet!
WCCB meteorologist Brian Basham talked with Gordon Telepun, an eclipse chaser, about his app that NASA is using at observation sites in the U.S.
WCCB meteorologist Brian Basham talked with Dr. Cynthia Pury, a professor at Clemson University about the upcoming solar eclipse
The Solar Eclipse is almost here and come Monday, the big blackout could send creatures from crickets to elephants into a tizzy.
Getting to view a total solar eclipse is one of the rarest experiences you will have in your life. Meteorologist Brian Basham explains what happens during a solar eclipse.
Lots of school officials around the country say it's because of eye safety concerns... Locally, most of the schools are getting a half day.