48 hours from now, we’ll see sunshine across central North Carolina. Until then…
Light rain showers will be mainly focused from the Triangle southward today. There will be some breaks from the rain, but patches of mist and drizzle will keep things generally damp. The HRRR model’s radar simulation from 9:00am through 6:00pm shows the pattern:Temperatures will be stuck in the 40s all day.
More heavy rain will move in tonight, and it will stick around for most of the day Thursday. The North American Model’s simulation from 6:00pm this evening through 6:00pm tomorrow shows the rain FINALLY moving out in the evening:We don’t expect any severe weather threat around here, but 1″-2″ of rain could cause some localized flash flooding, and river flooding will remain a concern. A Flood Watch is in effect through 7pm Thursday:
Once we dry out by Friday morning, we’ll stay dry through the weekend and the first half of next week. There will be some ups and downs in our temperatures from day to day, but nothing out of the ordinary for November:
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