Friday, October 27, 2006

Rainy Friday

It is a rainy end to this work week across North Carolina. This was the scene along the beltline in Raleigh around midday --

And this was the scene around the Triad about the same time --

A well developed storm system, part of which produced blizzard conditions in Colorado, is making its move across the southeast. Doppler radar from midday showed widespread rain across the Carolinas, Georgia, and Alabama.

This will keep rain around central North Carolina tonight. In fact, the rain may pick up through the evening as the area of low pressure tracks closer to the state.

Most computer models agree that between one and two inches of rain are likely for our region from this storm. Some spots from the Triad to the west may see as much as three inches.

You can see the latest radar images by tuning into Weather on the Ones every 10 minutes on News 14 Carolina.

While we are starting the weekend on the soggy side, most of the weekend should be pleasant. The rain will finally come to an end early Saturday morning. With clearing through the day Saturday, we'll see a lot of sun in the afternoon.

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