Friday, March 21, 2008

Warm end to the week, cooler Easter Sunday in store, and remembering a deadly tornado outbreak from 10 years ago

Looks like a calm and warm end to our work week as high pressure shifts to our east, allowing for a more southerly wind flow and highs in the upper 60s today.
We have more about that in your Weather on the Ones Video Blog:

These pictures are from the National Weather Service in Raleigh. 10 years ago North carolina endured a series of severe storms which produced 10 tornadoes, 46 reports of damaging hail, 9 reports of wind damage, 27 injuries and sadly, 2 fatalities. More about this outbreak is available through the National Weather Service at this link:

Have a pleasant Friday and a safe holiday weekend.
Pati Darak,
News 14 Carolina

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