Saturday, April 14, 2007

Saturday -- Late Evening Update

Showers and thunderstorms will continue to spread across the Carolinas through the early morning hours Sunday. While we do not anticipate widespread severe weather, a few strong thunderstorms my be embedded with the rain showers that will across the region.

The Storm Prediction Center still has central and eastern North Carolina under a "slight risk" for severe weather --
If strong storms develop, damaging winds will be the biggest threat. Heavy rains may be a threat for some spots as well. While we could use a good soaking rain, heavy rain falling too fast may produce some flooding issues. The National Weather Service has posted a Flood Watch through 6am for the central part of the state. Two to three inches of rain is possible in the watch area. Elsewhere, one to inches of rain is possible.

The Weather on the Ones Forecast Center will be staffed through the early morning hours to keep you informed. Stay tuned to News 14 Carolina for the latest.

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