Muggy day turns wet evening for some
Rain fell at rates up to 3 inches per hour in some places as a system moved across the southern part of the Triangle Thursday night, WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.Posted — Updated
Rain fell at rates up to 3 inches per hour in some places as a system moved across the southern part of the Triangle, WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.
Flash flooding was a risk in some areas, particularly those that got rain earlier in the week.
"In the Sandhills, they got five inches yesterday and more rain tonight," Maze said.
A large band of moderate showers meandered across central North Carolina Thursday morning, the result of a stalled frontal boundary creating an unsettled atmosphere that lingered into the evening.
On Friday the heat returns, with forecast temperatures in the mid-90s under sunny skies. The humidity will sink slightly bringing an even more tolerable feel for the weekend.
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