The calm of the North Carolina coastline on Wednesday will soon give way to the fury of Hurricane Florence, which will make landfall Thursday along the east coast of the United States.
Several organizations in Kentucky and Indiana are sending crews to help before and after the hurricane hits -- and they're not sure how long they'll be there.
As many as 18 employees were inside the building, but made it out unharmed.
Most cars on the south side of Louisville are coming in with nickel- to dime-sized damage.
ISP said the damage was focused in the New Middletown area, which is south of Corydon.
A deadly EF-2 tornado, with winds up to 127 mph, ripped through a North Dakota town and RV park early on Tuesday.
Ford Motor Co. defended its decision to keep operating its Kentucky Truck Plant as normal on Tuesday afternoon even as an EF-1 tornado touched down just north of the plant in eastern Jefferson County.
Survey crews will continue to work on Wednesday to update any further damage.
Any hot summer day will leave a person sweating, but it is even hotter on freshly poured asphalt.
Temperatures topped 90 degrees Tuesday with the heat index in the mid to upper-90s, making simple things like walking potentially dangerous.
Starting July 1, all school and intramural coaches will have to pass a "heat preparedness" course.
Photos shared by WDRB viewers on social media show downed trees over many parts of the area from strong winds.