FORECAST: Severe weather done, but some heavy rain continues

FORECAST: Severe weather done, but some heavy rain continues

Author: WCNC Staff, Brad Panovich, Chris Mulcahy, Larry Sprinkle, Iisha Scott Published: 12:41 PM EST March 6, 2019 Updated: 10:41 PM EDT April 10, 2021 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Tonight: Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing through about 11 pm. Some of these storms could be strong to severe with gusty winds and small hail. The slower-moving storms could cause some flash flooding as well. Then we should see some drier air moving in as…

Read More

FORECAST: Severe weather done not we clear out.

FORECAST: Severe weather done not we clear out.

Author: WCNC Staff, Brad Panovich, Chris Mulcahy, Larry Sprinkle, Iisha Scott Published: 12:41 PM EST March 6, 2019 Updated: 9:49 PM EDT April 10, 2021 CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Tonight:  Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing through about 11 pm. Some of these storms could be strong to severe with gusty winds and small hail. The slower-moving storms could cause some flash flooding as well. Then we should see some drier air moving in as…

Read More

Tracking severe weather in the area

Tracking severe weather in the area

Wind gusts were expected to get up to 45 mph in the impacted areas. BURKE COUNTY, N.C. — Tornado warnings were in effect for several counties in the area and expired at 9 p.m. Burke, McDowell, Rutherford and Caldwell counties were all under warnings at some point, but all warnings in the area have been canceled or expired. Strong thunderstorms were also forecast to impact Cabarrus, eastern Lincoln, southeastern Iredell, Mecklenburg, southwestern Rowan, eastern Gaston,…

Read More

Tornado Warning in effect for Avery, Burke, Caldwell, McDowell counties until 9 p.m.

Tornado Warning in effect for Avery, Burke, Caldwell, McDowell counties until 9 p.m.

BURKE COUNTY, N.C. — A Tornado Warning has been issued for Avery, Burke, Caldwell, and McDowell counties until 9 p.m. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Burke, Catawba, Caldwell and Lincoln counties until 8:30 p.m.  WCNC Charlotte Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich is tracking the latest as the threat moves through the area.  If you are in these areas, get to a safe space in an interior room far from windows. Make sure you…

Read More

Tornado Warning in effect for Burke, McDowell, Rutherford counties until 8:15 p.m.

Tornado Warning in effect for Burke, McDowell, Rutherford counties until 8:15 p.m.

BURKE COUNTY, N.C. — A Tornado Warning has been issued for Burke, McDowell, and Rutherford counties until 8:15 p.m. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Burke, Catawba, Cleveland and Lincoln counties until 8:30 p.m.  WCNC Charlotte Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich is tracking the latest as the threat moves through the area.  If you are in these areas, get to a safe space in an interior room far from windows. Make sure you have…

Read More

Parts of North Carolina under severe weather risk late Saturday night as line of showers moves in

Parts of North Carolina under severe weather risk late Saturday night as line of showers moves in

Parts of central North Carolina are under a Level 1 for severe weather Saturday night. First Alert Meteorologist Steve Stewart says we will likely be dry until the evening until a line of showers approaches Triangle closer to midnight. There may be a chance of some afternoon thunderstorms as well. The timing of the possible storms is fluid so check back with ABC11 for updates. Copyright © 2021 WTVD-TV. All Rights Reserved.

Read More

Hail, flooding throughout central NC as more severe weather awaits on Saturday

Hail, flooding throughout central NC as more severe weather awaits on Saturday

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — Severe weather continues to pepper central North Carolina, with reports of hail and strong winds pouring in from throughout the area. A storm with hail up to the size of a half dollar was located near Milton and Turbeville, moving southeast at 30 mph. According to WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell, the entire viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather, however, areas from the…

Read More

Level 2 risk lowered, but hail, flooding continue throughout central NC

Level 2 risk lowered, but hail, flooding continue throughout central NC

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — Severe weather continues to pepper central North Carolina, with reports of hail and strong winds pouring in from throughout the area. A storm with hail up to the size of a half dollar was located near Milton and Turbeville, moving southeast at 30 mph. According to WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell, the entire viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather, however, areas from the…

Read More

Hail reports increasing as severe weather surges into central NC

Hail reports increasing as severe weather surges into central NC

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — Severe weather continues to pepper central North Carolina, with reports of hail and strong winds pouring in from throughout the area. A storm with hail up to the size of a half dollar was located near Milton and Turbeville, moving southeast at 30 mph. According to WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell, the entire viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather, and areas from the…

Read More

Tornado warning in Person County as storms pop up along NC-VA line

Tornado warning in Person County as storms pop up along NC-VA line

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning through 6:30 for northeastern Person County. A storm with hail up to the size of a half dollar was located near Milton and Turbeville, moving southeast at 30 mph. According to WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell, the entire viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather, and areas from the Triangle northward, including Durham and Roxboro, are…

Read More

Tornado warning in effect for Person County

Tornado warning in effect for Person County

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Severe weather continues to close in on parts of central North Carolina late Friday afternoon and into evening. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Wake, Johnston and Harnett Counties until 6 p.m. Granville, Vance and Warren counties were also under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 6:15 p.m. Mecklenburg County, Virginia, is also under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning. A Tornado Warning is in effect for Person County. The National Weather…

Read More

Tornado warnings in effect for some central NC counties

Tornado warnings in effect for some central NC counties

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Severe weather continues to close in on parts of central North Carolina late Friday afternoon and into evening. A Severe Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for Wake, Johnston and Harnett Counties until 6 p.m. Granville, Vance and Warren counties were also under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 6:15 p.m. Mecklenburg County, Virginia, is also under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning. A Tornado Warning is in effect for Person County. The National Weather…

Read More

Central NC remains under Level 1 & Level 2 severe weather threat, strong winds and hail possible

Central NC remains under Level 1 & Level 2 severe weather threat, strong winds and hail possible

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — Storms could move in as early as 4 p.m. Friday and may be accompanied by strong winds and small hail. According to WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell, the entire viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather, and areas from the Triangle northward, including Durham and Roxboro, are under a stronger Level 2 risk. A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for some counties northeast…

Read More

Sunny, warm start to Friday, but severe weather is possible this evening

Sunny, warm start to Friday, but severe weather is possible this evening

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Part of central North Carolina has been upgraded to a level 2 risk for severe weather. A Severe Thunderstorn Warning was issued for Hoke and Moore counties on Friday afternoon. until 4:45 p.m. Granville and Person counties were also under a Severe Thunderstorm Warning until 5 p.m. The National Weather Service said that at 4 p.m. a severe thunderstorm was located over Hoffman, about 12 miles southwest of Southern Pines and…

Read More

Sunny, warm start to Friday, but severe weather is possible this evening

Sunny, warm start to Friday, but severe weather is possible this evening

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Part of central North Carolina has been upgraded to a level 2 risk for severe weather. The region was under a level 1 risk starting Friday morning, but the National Weather Service increased that risk for northern parts of the region. Most of the day was sunny and warm, but there is a chance that strong storms will pop up in the evening, especially near the Virginia border and down to…

Read More

'Average' hurricane season now includes more storms, NOAA says

'Average' hurricane season now includes more storms, NOAA says

It’s not just your imagination. The average Atlantic hurricane season is busier than it used to be. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the average hurricane season now includes 14 named storms and seven hurricanes–up from 12 and 6 respectively. The average number of major hurricanes remains unchanged at three. “These updated averages better reflect our collective experience of the past 10 years, which included some very active hurricane seasons,” said Matt…

Read More

NOAA increases 'average' number of storms starting with 2021 Atlantic hurricane season

NOAA increases 'average' number of storms starting with 2021 Atlantic hurricane season

It’s not just your imagination. The average Atlantic hurricane season is busier than it used to be. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the average hurricane season now includes 14 named storms and seven hurricanes–up from 12 and 6 respectively. The average number of major hurricanes remains unchanged at three. “These updated averages better reflect our collective experience of the past 10 years, which included some very active hurricane seasons,” said Matt…

Read More

NOAA: Average number of Atlantic hurricanes grows after record-breaking 2020 season

NOAA: Average number of Atlantic hurricanes grows after record-breaking 2020 season

By Jessica Patrick, WRAL multiplatform producer Although predictions for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season are still a month away, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center said the average number of storms has increased. NOAA said Friday that the new 30-year average, spanning from 1991 to 2020, has increased to 14 named storms and seven hurricanes each year. The previous period, based from 1981 to 2010, called for an average of 12 named storms, six hurricanes, and three…

Read More

Areas north of Triangle under expanded Level 2 risk for severe weather

Areas north of Triangle under expanded Level 2 risk for severe weather

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — After nearly a week of dry weather, scattered thunderstorms are possible for the next few afternoons. Most of the WRAL viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather on Friday, and areas from the Triangle northward, including Durham and Roxboro, are under a Level 2 risk. WRAL meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth said strong winds and hail will be the biggest threats, and there is a…

Read More

Sunny, warm start to Friday, but severe weather is possible this evening

Sunny, warm start to Friday, but severe weather is possible this evening

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Central North Carolina is under a level 1 risk for severe weather Friday. Most of the day will be sunny and warm, but there is a chance that strong storms will pop up in the evening. Areas farther north, near Virginia, will have a higher chance of receiving rain and possibly severe storms. Get weather on the ABC11 News app. Rain will not wash out the entire ABC11 viewing area. Instead,…

Read More

Triangle under Level 1 risk for severe weather on Friday

Triangle under Level 1 risk for severe weather on Friday

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — After nearly a week of dry weather, scattered thunderstorms are possible for the next few afternoons. An approaching cold-front will increase the chances for rain, according to WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell. Track rain with the DualDoppler5000 Most of the WRAL viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather on Friday. The day will start out mostly sunny and quiet. A few spotty storms could…

Read More

Atlantic hurricane season 2021: 8 hurricanes predicted in 'above average' season

Atlantic hurricane season 2021: 8 hurricanes predicted in 'above average' season

More forecasters and researchers believe the 2021 hurricane season will be above average, according to predictions released Thursday by Dr. Phil Klotzbach from Colorado State University. Klotzbach, a hurricane expert, presented his team’s findings at the National Tropical Weather Conference. The team at Colorado State expects 17 named storms and 8 hurricanes, with four of those predicted to be major storms. Klotzbach said probabilities show at least one major hurricane will make landfall on each…

Read More

Colorado State researchers release 2021 hurricane forecast

Colorado State researchers release 2021 hurricane forecast

More forecasters and researchers believe the 2021 hurricane season will be above average, according to predictions released Thursday by Dr. Phil Klotzbach from Colorado State University. Klotzbach, a hurricane expert, presented his team’s findings at the National Tropical Weather Conference. The team at Colorado State expects 17 named storms and 8 hurricanes, with four of those predicted to be major storms. Klotzbach said probabilities show at least one major hurricane will make landfall on each…

Read More

Hurricane researchers predict 2021 Atlantic season to be above average

Hurricane researchers predict 2021 Atlantic season to be above average

More forecasters and researchers believe the 2021 hurricane season will be above average, according to predictions released Thursday by Dr. Phil Klotzbach from Colorado State University. Klotzbach, a hurricane expert, presented his team’s findings at the National Tropical Weather Conference. The team at Colorado State expects 17 named storms and 8 hurricanes, with four of those predicted to be major storms. Klotzbach said probabilities show at least one major hurricane will make landfall on each…

Read More

Cary woman recounts escaping Nashville floods with pregnant daughter, 2 small children

Cary woman recounts escaping Nashville floods with pregnant daughter, 2 small children

By Amanda Lamb, WRAL reporter Cary, N.C. — A Cary woman was glad rain was all they had to deal with while visiting her daughter in Nashville, Tennessee last month. While thousands of people across the deep south were dealing with damage left behind from devastating tornadoes, she felt relieved to be in Nashville. But on the night of March 27, water from those rains began to rise, forcing Lois Peterson, her pregnant daughter and…

Read More

Indonesia landslides, floods kill 41 people; dozens missing

Indonesia landslides, floods kill 41 people; dozens missing

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Landslides and flash floods from torrential rains in eastern Indonesia killed at least 41 people and displaced thousands, the country’s disaster relief agency said Sunday. More than two dozen others were still missing. Mud tumbled down from surrounding hills onto dozens of homes in Lamenele village shortly after midnight on Adonara island in East Nusa Tenggara province. Rescuers recovered 35 bodies and at least five injured, said Lenny Ola, who heads the…

Read More

Hurricane Center report details $2.9 billion cost from Delta

Hurricane Center report details $2.9 billion cost from Delta

By REBECCA SANTANA, Associated Press NEW ORLEANS — Hurricane Delta, which made landfall about 11 miles (about 18 kilometers) from where the devastating Hurricane Laura hit a little more than a month earlier, cost $2.9 billion in the United States and was linked to six deaths in the U.S. and Mexico, according to a report from the National Hurricane Center. The report released Tuesday details the hurricane’s origins, trajectory and things such as wind speed…

Read More

No major flooding reported as storms pass through Charlotte region

A line of thunderstorms capable of producing 60 mph winds and heavy rain will move across the Carolinas Wednesday, bringing the threat of severe weather. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A line of thunderstorms brought heavy rain and wind to the Charlotte-area Wednesday afternoon.  First Warn Storm Team forecaster Larry Sprinkle said the biggest threat from Wednesday’s weather system would be heavy rain with possible flash flooding and high winds.  Areas from Charlotte south, including Albemarle, Monroe…

Read More

Severe weather possible across Charlotte area Wednesday

Severe weather possible across Charlotte area Wednesday

A line of thunderstorms capable of producing 60 mph winds and heavy rain will move across the Carolinas Wednesday, bringing the threat of severe weather. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A line of thunderstorms will bring the threat of severe weather to the Charlotte, North Carolina, region Wednesday, including the possibility of heavy rain and damaging winds.  First Warn Storm Team forecaster Larry Sprinkle said the biggest threat from Wednesday’s weather system will be heavy rain with…

Read More

Severe weather risk increased to level 2 for part of central North Carolina

Severe weather risk increased to level 2 for part of central North Carolina

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Severe weather is possible in central North Carolina today. Those storms are more likely in the southern part of the region. The National Weather Service has the Sandhills in a level 2 risk for severe weather, with the rest of the region being under a level 1 risk. While you were sleeping, the @NWSSPC upgraded the Sandhills to a Cat 2 of 5 risk for severe weather. Biggest threat=damaging wind. Could…

Read More

Damaging winds and hail possible Wednesday, southern counties under Level 2 threat

Damaging winds and hail possible Wednesday, southern counties under Level 2 threat

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Much of the viewing area is under a Level 1 risk for severe weather Wednesday afternoon, and the Sandhills were upgraded to a Level 2 risk overnight. According to WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner, rain will become heavier in the Triangle by 4 p.m. ahead of a line of thunderstorms. The severe weather is expected to be strongest between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. Storms will be worst in southern Wake County…

Read More

Level 1 threat for severe storms Wednesday, damaging winds and hail possible

Level 1 threat for severe storms Wednesday, damaging winds and hail possible

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Our gorgeous weather today turns sour as the next cold front moves through the area Wednesday night. “It appears March could go out like a Lion with a Level 1 risk for severe storms,” meteorologist Mike Maze said. Maze says that as of now, it appears the timeline for severe would be from 3 p.m. through 9 p.m. Wednesday. “The main threats are damaging wind gusts and hail and then perhaps…

Read More

Fire Rapid City, SD: Mount Rushmore closed; hundreds evacuate as wildfires spread in Black Hills

Fire Rapid City, SD: Mount Rushmore closed; hundreds evacuate as wildfires spread in Black Hills

NEMO, S.D. — Three separate wildfires in the Black Hills of South Dakota have forced evacuations of more than 400 homes northwest of Rapid City and shut down Mount Rushmore, authorities said Monday. A fire that started near Schroeder Road in the Nemo area, about 15 miles northwest of Rapid City, had burned as much as 1 1/2 square miles and was “still moving” on Monday afternoon, according to the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office. Several…

Read More

Fire Rapid City, SD: Mount Rushmore closed; hundreds evacuate as wildfires spread in Black Hills

Fire Rapid City, SD: Mount Rushmore closed; hundreds evacuate as wildfires spread in Black Hills

NEMO, S.D. — Three separate wildfires in the Black Hills of South Dakota have forced evacuations of more than 400 homes northwest of Rapid City and shut down Mount Rushmore, authorities said Monday. A fire that started near Schroeder Road in the Nemo area, about 15 miles northwest of Rapid City, had burned as much as 1 1/2 square miles and was “still moving” on Monday afternoon, according to the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office. Several…

Read More

Tennessee floods claim fifth victim; more rain on the way

Tennessee floods claim fifth victim; more rain on the way

ASHLAND CITY, Tenn. — Flash flooding in Tennessee has claimed a fifth victim after authorities said a man drove his car around barricades and apparently drowned. The latest death occurred Sunday night in Ashland City, just west of Nashville, when the man in his 60s ignored a sign warning of flooding and went into high water, Cheatham County Emergency Management Director Edwin Hogan told news outlets. The man’s name was not immediately released. Four others…

Read More

Nearly 5,000 tons of tornado debris cleared in Brunswick County

Nearly 5,000 tons of tornado debris cleared in Brunswick County

By Sydney Franklin, WRAL multiplatform producer Ocean Isle Beach, N.C. — The North Carolina Department of Transportation and a state contract company have picked up 4,945 tons of debris from a EF-3 tornado that hit Brunswick County in February. The tornado killed three people and damaged much of the Ocean Ridge Plantation neighborhood. About 3,500 tons of debris was picked up in the neighborhood alone.  In a statement, the NCDOT said the amount of debris…

Read More

NCDOT completes tornado cleanup in Brunswick County

NCDOT completes tornado cleanup in Brunswick County

NCDOT and contract crews cleared tornado debris from the Ocean Ridge Plantation neighborhood. (Photo: NCDOT) OCEAN ISLE BEACH, NC (WWAY) — Crews with the N.C. Department of Transportation and a North Carolina contract company have completed cleanup from a tornado in Brunswick County last month. The tornado damaged much of the Ocean Ridge Plantation neighborhood and surrounding area on Feb. 15. Crews spent 14 days, including one weekend, removing debris from the private neighborhood and…

Read More

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday with wind, hail and isolated tornado possible

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday with wind, hail and isolated tornado possible

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Showers and storms will once again be present this afternoon and evening and some of those storms will be strong, even reaching severe limits. We are in level 2 out of 5 risk of severe weather today. Damaging wind gusts, hail and brief downpours will be the main threats; however, there is a chance for a few isolated tornadoes as well. Meanwhile, there is a level 3/5 risk of severe weather…

Read More

Record rains cause flash flooding in Tennessee; 4 dead

Record rains cause flash flooding in Tennessee; 4 dead

By JOHN RABY and SARAH RANKIN, Associated Press Torrential rains across Tennessee flooded homes and at least one church and left roads impassable, prompting dozens of people to be rescued in the Nashville area. Authorities said four bodies were found Sunday in the flood’s aftermath. Nashville received more than 7 inches of rain, the second-highest two-day rainfall total ever recorded, Mayor John Cooper said at a news conference Sunday. Ebony Northern said a normally tame…

Read More

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday with wind, hail and isolated tornado possible

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday with wind, hail and isolated tornado possible

The threat for severe weather in central North Carolina continues into Sunday after a strong and quick-moving storm triggered multiple Tornado Warnings in eight counties on Saturday. For most of Sunday, North Carolina will be placed under a Level 2 out of 5 risk of severe weather, with some counties near the eastern North Carolina-Virginia borderline reaching up to a Level 3. Timing for the storms is still fluid due to the current weather models….

Read More

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday; some counties reaching Level 3

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday; some counties reaching Level 3

The threat for severe weather in central North Carolina continues into Sunday after a strong and quick-moving storm triggered multiple Tornado Warnings in eight counties on Saturday. For most of Sunday, North Carolina will be placed under a Level 2 out of 5 risk of severe weather, with some counties near the eastern North Carolina-Virginia borderline reaching up to a Level 3. Most of that weather starting around mid-day if not 5 p.m. Another round…

Read More

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday; some counties reaching Level 3

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday; some counties reaching Level 3

The threat for severe weather in central North Carolina continues into Sunday after a strong and quick-moving storm triggered multiple Tornado Warnings in eight counties on Saturday. For most of Sunday, North Carolina will be placed under a Level 2 out of 5 risk of severe weather, with some counties near the eastern North Carolina-Virginia borderline reaching up to a Level 3. Most of that weather starting around mid-day if not 5 p.m. Another round…

Read More

Another round of severe storms: Central NC under Level 2 risk of severe weather on Sunday

Another round of severe storms: Central NC under Level 2 risk of severe weather on Sunday

By WRAL Severe Weather Center Raleigh, N.C. — Another round of storms is on the way to central North Carolina for Sunday after hail, tornado damaging winds and power outages were reported on Saturday from storms. Temperatures will be in the 70s, but the humidity won’t be as high. “What we saw [Saturday] may very well happen again [Sunday],” explained WRAL meteorologist Zach Maloch. Maloch said the timing may be just a little bit different,…

Read More

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday; some counties reaching Level 3

Most of North Carolina under Level 2 severe weather risk on Sunday; some counties reaching Level 3

The threat for severe weather in central North Carolina continues into Sunday after a strong and quick-moving storm triggered multiple Tornado Warnings in eight counties on Saturday. For most of Sunday, North Carolina will be placed under a Level 2 out of 5 risk of severe weather, with some counties near the eastern North Carolina-Virginia borderline reaching up to a Level 3. Most of that weather starting around mid-day if not 5 p.m. Another round…

Read More

Strong, quick-moving thunderstorm triggers multiple Tornado Warnings in central NC

Strong, quick-moving thunderstorm triggers multiple Tornado Warnings in central NC

A strong and quick-moving storm triggered multiple Tornado Warnings in eight counties across central North Carolina on Saturday evening. From around 4:40 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. tornado warnings were in effect for many central North Carolina counties including: Wake, Johnston, Wilson, Wayne, Nash, Lee, Harnett and Moore counties. The tornado warning has expired. That same storm is now under a severe thunderstorm warning for southern Nash, southern Edgecombe, and Wilson county until 6:45pm. This storm…

Read More

Central North Carolina under Level 2 for severe weather; strong storms with damaging winds possible

Central North Carolina under Level 2 for severe weather; strong storms with damaging winds possible

On Saturday, central North Carolina is under a Level 2 out of 5 risk for severe weather, meaning some areas may see damaging winds and large hail. First Alert Meteorologist Robert Johnson said a frontal boundary will move through the Carolinas Saturday afternoon, producing spotty showers and isolated thunderstorms. A Tornado Warning is in effect for Wayne County until 7:30 p.m. The tornado warning has expired. That same storm is now under a severe thunderstorm…

Read More
1 2 3 156