Kirsten Gutierrez talks with experts about differences in rare blood clots from J&J vaccines and blood clots from contraceptives on WRAL News at 10 on Fox 50. — The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine has been put on pause as health experts assess potential health risks, including a rare blood clot that six women have reported after getting the vaccine. On WRAL News at 10 on Fox 50, Kirsten Gutierrez talks with local health experts about the three differences between the rare complication from the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and common blood clots seen in birth control.
Published: 2009-06-02 17:16:00
Updated: 2009-06-02 19:53:21
Posted June 2, 2009 5:16 p.m. EDT
Updated June 2, 2009 7:53 p.m. EDT
Raleigh, N.C. — Isolated storms popped up in central North Carolina late Tuesday afternoon.
The storms caused severe thunderstorm warnings in several counties, including Durham and Moore.
WRAL chief meteorologist Greg Fishel said the storms had the potential to cause hail, dangerous winds and lightning.
The storms were expected to be slow moving and small. They were likely to diminish once the sun sets.
Temperatures on Tuesday reached into the lower 90s. Things were expected to cool off to the upper-60s to low 70s.
The chance for isolated showers continues Thursday afternoon.