RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Humans need a barometer to measure the pressure outside. Bees? They are so sophisticated, they can sense weather chan…
Click on the video above for a behind the scenes look as CBS North Carolina Chief Meteorologist Wes Hohenstein learns about bees, nature’s t…
Carolina pine trees produce yellow pollen because that’s the color most insects see.
Humans in the cold? They don’t fare as well.
That day saw the coldest temperatures ever recorded in North Carolina.
Watch how Chief Meteorologist Wes Hohenstein was able to shoot his most recent weather facts promo.
Do you remember August 21, 1983?
A bolt of lighting can pack quite the punch – up to a billion volts of electricity.
Spring time is the worst when it comes to allergies due to the pollination of trees.
A total of 208 deaths are attributed to the storm.