- Severe Weather Preparedness Week: Flooding facts and safety
- First Alert to Severe Weather: Watches vs Warnings
- Why your family should have an out-of-state 'check-in' contact | Severe Weather Awareness Week
- Winter storm damage at SA schools tops $1.5 million, possibly more
- Severe Weather Preparedness Week for the Carolinas starts now!
Temperatures are above normal this morning, showing 60s in some spots, with clear skies. But a line of showers moving in from our west will change that.
Counties south and east of the Triangle are under a marginal risk for severe weather. There’s a small chance for an isolated storm that could produce gusty winds. The highest chance for rain will come around noon and it will likely arrive earlier in the western counties.
— Don Schwenneker (@BigweatherABC11) December 17, 2019
It’ll cool down significantly on Wednesday, with morning temperatures only in the 30s.
Copyright © 2019 WTVD-TV. All Rights Reserved.