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Strong to Severe Storms possible across parts of Eastern/SE NC today.

⛈️: There is a risk of Strong to Severe Storms across parts of Eastern and Southeastern North Carolina this afternoon and evening. The Storm Prediction Center has issued a level 1/5 risk for Severe from Charlotte to Raleigh to Elizabeth City South and a level 2/5 risk of Severe Weather from Fayetteville south and east towards the coast.

WHAT: A cold front will slowly slide southeast today, sparking off showers and thunderstorms, a couple of which could become strong to severe. CAPE and Shear values appear conducive for storms and even some severe weather.

⚠️: A few strong could become strong to severe with damaging winds and large hail. I can’t rule out an isolated tornado, especially if a supercell can get going.

⏰: Timing of storms will be from about 2PM-10PM.

The Bottom Line is there is a risk of showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening across Eastern and Southeastern NC, nothing we haven’t seen before. There is no reason to panic, but stay weather-aware this afternoon and evening. I’ll be monitoring and providing updates as needed.


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