'Keep your umbrella handy': Several more days of rain on tap for the Triangle

More rain was headed for the Triangle on Sunday as several central North Carolina communities recover from dangerous flooding.

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Peta Sheerwood
Kat Campbell, WRAL meteorologists
RALEIGH, N.C. — More rain was headed for the Triangle on Sunday night as several central North Carolina communities recovered from dangerous flooding.

Current conditions

According to WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell, rain is expected to become more widespread across the area tonight.

"Your going to want to keep your umbrella handy," she said. "But, thankfully, we're dealing with mainly light rain right now."

Campbell said there shouldn't be any widespread storms overnight, but a rumble of thunder could not be completely ruled out.

On Sunday night, some Wake County parents received word that bus routes may be delayed on Monday morning due to the flooding.

"Please be aware that your child's bus route may be delayed tomorrow, June 10, due to flooding in parts of the county," the message said.

Showers and storms, some heavy at times, will bring a steady accumulation of rainfall over North Carolina in the coming days.

According to Campbell, things could stay soggy until Thursday or Friday.

"This system is stuck," she said. "We won't improve until later in the work week."

Scattered storms and showers are likely all day Monday, with a 60 percent chance of precipitation lingering.

7-Day Forecast

Tuesday will be more of the same, with rain likely throughout the day. According to Campbell, a cold front moving through late Tuesday will make temperatures cooler for Wednesday, which will see a high around 77 degrees in Raleigh.

The best chance for a dry day won't come until Thursday or Friday. It will be a good week to check out Go Ask Mom's guide to indoor playgrounds.


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