Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Wednesday Morning Update

Most of us stayed dry yesterday but a few showers and thunderstorms did develop across the area. Here's an update on rainfall since this weekend --

  • Raleigh-Durham: 1.42"
  • Chapel Hill: 0.81"
  • Fayetteville: 0.74"
  • Rocky Mount-Wilson: 0.60"
  • Lumberton: 0.32"
  • Goldsboro: 0.30"

We won't add to those totals today, but more rain is in the forecast Thursday-Saturday. Tomorrow's rains will come in the form of drizzle and light showers as another cold air wedge sets up across central North Carolina. That is similar to our weather set-up this past weekend. That will keep things cool in the Triangle tomorrow with highs only in the low 50s, while the 60s will be possible from Fayetteville to Goldsboro and Wilson.

We'll all warm into the 70s on Friday with showers and storms in the forecast Friday and Saturday. A few storms Saturday could become strong. I have more on forecast through the rest of the week and the weekend in this morning's video blog posted below...

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