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Tiffany Fortier 22m
It’s officially air mass thunderstorm szn
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Chuck Copeland - ENC Weather 48m
Here is the latest composite radar loop of Eastern NC from MeteoMaps.
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Brad Panovich 38m
Well the short cool down was nice while it lasted, the heat came back fast and it's here for a while.
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Wes Hohenstein 33m
Here's a look at current afternoon temperatures across central North Carolina.
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Joey Jun 8
Y'know. It really scares me that the same areas affected by flooding last night are going to see a round two of significant flooding. This is a 18-hour loop for the HRRR model with the next set of rain bands with the highest amounts near Hickory.
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Foothills Weather Network Jun 8
Special thanks to one of our social media followers, High water covering US HWY 70 in Eastern Burke County. Flash flooding continues across the region.
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Wes Hohenstein 4h
It's lunch time! Here's a look at current temperatures around central NC.
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NWS Raleigh 4h
A look at the latest weekly briefing for Central . More info:
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UNC Charlotte Weather 33m
Current Conditions: Partly Cloudy with a temperature of 90 °F.
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NC Emergency Managem Jun 10
Monday : • Flash Flood Watches & Flood Warnings continue across portions of western NC through this evening. • Rain & thunderstorm chances will increase this afternoon & evening. • Heavy downpours could lead to additional flash flooding across western NC later today.
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NC Emergency Managem 6h
A fairly seasonal pattern is expected this week, with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s and scattered afternoon/evening thunderstorms. While widespread severe weather is not expected, isolated strong to severe storms are possible today and tomorrow across western NC.
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NWS Newport/Morehead 9h
Good Monday morning! Almost all of us saw lows above 70 this morning, and temperatures are already on their way back up. Highs are forecast in the low 90s today with just a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm for inland areas.
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Charlotte, NC AQI 48m
Prelim AQI at 15:00 (28105): O₃=48 (Good) PM2.5=46 (Good)
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MHX has issued an Area Forecast Discussion at 03:48 PM
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Cassondra Gilbert 7h
Hope everyone had a wondeful Father's Day weekend! Mugginess has returned as the dewpoint is currently 70° ahead of a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. Rain chances continue every day this week up through Friday.
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MHX has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook at 03:44 PM
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Tom Myers 48m
Weather Conditions From Calabash, NC @ 3:00 PM 88.8°F, Humidity is 67 pct, Wind 3.6 mph SSW, Rain 0.00 in. High Temp 89.4°F
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17 Jun normals & records for Charlotte, GSP, & Asheville
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Steve Udelson 1h
Yup -summer is back! So are the the scattered storms, especially over the mtns and SC midlands. Be weather aware if outside
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CatawbaCountyNC Jun 8
Turn Around - Don't Drown! With this next round of rain settling in, roadways will become treacherous quickly. We urge you to take no chances. It just isn't worth it.
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