Monday, June 12, 2006

Stormy Sunday Evening

It was another busy night in the Weather on the Ones Forecast Center. Here's a look at some of the storm reports from around the region on June 11, 2006 --

  • 8:30pm -- Numerous trees reported down in Pittsboro from Chatham County law enforcement
  • 8:30pm -- Trees reported down along US Highway 1 near Moncure in Chatham County. Report from trained storm spotter.
  • 8:45pm -- Another report from a trained storm spotter of trees down in Moncure and Corinth in Chatham County.
  • 8:45pm -- Law enforcement reported a tree down near Harper House Rd. south of the Bentenville area of Johnston County
  • 8:55pm -- Public report of a tornado near Harris Lake in southwestern Wake County.
  • 9:01pm -- Public reports of numerous trees down south of Holly Springs near the Wilbon area of Wake County
  • 9:05pm -- Law enforcement reported a tree down on Cokesbury Rd. in northern Harnett County
  • 9:05pm -- Law enforcement reported a tree down on Atkins Rd. in Harnett County near the Wake County line. An automobile hit the tree in the road. No injuries were reported.
  • 9:05pm -- Law enforcement reported power lines down on Matthews Road near Highway 401 north of Lillington in Harnett County.
  • 9:05pm -- Law enforcement reported trees down on Wyndham Place Drive off of Rawls Church Road near Angier in Harnett County.
  • 9:06pm -- Trained storm spotter reported pea size hail on Vorhees Lane south of Holly Springs in Wake County.
  • 9:10pm -- Trained storm spotter reported penny size hail and wind gusts to 45mph near US Highway 401 and Ten Ten Road south of Raleigh.
  • 9:15pm -- Trained storm spotter reported a large tree down blocking Piney Grove-Wilbon Road southwest of Fuquay-Varina in Wake County.
  • 9:15pm -- Trained storm spotter reported 2 inches of rain in an hours time near US 15 and 501 in Chatham County.
  • 9:20pm -- Trained storm spotter reported flooding at US Highway 401 and Simpkins Road near Colonial Heights in the Garner area of Wake County.
  • 9:20pm -- Public report of penny size hail in the Princeton area of Johnston County.
  • 9:25pm -- Law enforcement reported penny size hail near Cleveland in Johnston County.
  • 9:25pm -- Trained spotter reported penny size hail near Wayne Memorial Drive and and US Highway 70 in Goldsboro
  • 9:29pm -- Trained storm spotter measured a wind gust of 65mph near Garner in Wake County.
  • 9:35pm -- Penny size hail reported on I-40 between Exits 319 and 312 in Johnston County.

More strong storms are possible across parts of the News 14 Carolina viewing area this Monday afternoon and evening. In addition to the chance for storms, we're keeping a close eye on Alberto. For the latest, tune to News 14 Carolina for weather updates every 10 minutes.

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