Last quote by Bill Karins
Historic rainfall in eastern North Carolina is slowly making its way from the small rivers and streams into the major rivers.
Oct 10 2016
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Bill Karins is associated, including North Carolina, Georgia, and river. Most recently, Bill Karins has been quoted saying: “Sadly, this is one of the most dire predictions I've ever given for a hurricane forecast. The devastation that is left behind is going to take us weeks to clean up, and a lot of people are going to need help.” in the article Hurricane Matthew Could Be 'Catastrophic' for Florida - NBC News. An other article where Bill Karins has been quoted is How Exactly Are Hurricanes Tracked?.
Quotes by Bill Karins
Oct 06 2016
Sadly, this is one of the most dire predictions I've ever given for a hurricane forecast. The devastation that is left behind is going to take us weeks to clean up, and a lot of people are going to need help.
Oct 05 2016
The science has gotten 100 times better over the last 50 years. So although we're still going to have little minute differences of opinion of what's going to happen right until landfall, [it's] fortunate that we have the data we have now. It's much better than your parents and grandparents had.
Sep 03 2016
Bottom line is this storm isn't even close to what this region experienced from Hurricane Sandy but (it's) still significant.
Sep 02 2016
Flash flooding and river flooding will be the biggest story over the next 48 hours" in eastern Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina.
Sep 01 2016
The other concern late today and during the landfall are weak tornadoes that can spin up [northeast] and east of the landfall.
Aug 12 2016
On the Tickfaw River, a record-breaking high-water crest was just hit and the river is still rising.
Aug 12 2016
Louisiana flooding has gone from threat to very serious situation this morning. On radar, this storm looks like the equivalent of a tropical depression or tropical storm and is sitting right over Louisiana, and will threaten the state with heavy rain right into Saturday.