Thunderstorms move through Triangle

Posted September 28, 2012 8:23 p.m. EDT

— Thunderstorms moved through the Triangle Friday night, delaying or postponing about a dozen high school football games, but there does not appear to be a threat for severe weather, WRAL meteorologist Greg Fishel said.

A thunderstorms warning was issued until 7 p.m. for parts of Chatham County, where there were reports of hail.

There were no reports of storm-related problems elsewhere.

Rain and thunderstorms are on tap for the rest of the weekend and beginning of next week. The timing and location of a frontal boundary moving toward the area will determine how much rain might fall.

Weekend highs are forecast to be in the mid-70s. It will get warmer by mid-week, before cooling down for what's looking to be a nice end of next week's work week.