Rain Expected Overnight Saturday, Early Sunday
Though most of Saturday was warm with no rain in the Triangle area, expect a change as scattered thunderstorms were expected to move in overnight and into Sunday.Posted — Updated
A frontal boundary moving in from the west will bring hit-or-miss showers.
In addition to the tornados, Davie, Rowan and Lincoln counties all reported hail.
Rainfall will intensify during the nighttime hours as a little low-pressure wave begins to form along that front in association with the approach of an upper-level low from the Midwest.
WRAL Meteorologist Chris Thompson said the system would not bring heavy amounts of rain overnight.
On Sunday, the front will virtually stall a little west of the Triangle, creating the best chance for significant rainfall.
Between half-an-inch and a full inch of rain could fall by Sunday evening. The largest amounts will likely be recorded in the region around Raleigh and Fayetteville, as well as east to the coast.
A chance of thunderstorms persists through Monday, and light rain could also fall on Tuesday.