Severe Storms Bring Power Lines/ Trees Down & High Heat Returns

Severe Storms Bring Power Lines/ Trees Down & High Heat Returns


Severe Storms Bring Power Lines & Trees Down, Severe Risks Wednesday, & Eastern Triad Heat Advisory

Severe Storms Bring Power Lines & Trees Down, More Severe Storms Possible Wednesday & Head Advisory for Eastern Triad



AT THE MOMENT, SLIDING SOUTH AND EAST TOWARD THE TRIAD. LOOK AT THE LIGHTNING JUST WITHIN THE LAST 30 MINUTES, PRETTY INTENSE. SHOWERS AND STORMS CONTINUE TO SLIDE SOUTH AND EAST. HEAVY RAIN STILL FALLING. YOU NOTICE THE MOVEMENT, SOUTHEAST AT ABOUT 20 MPH. RAIN ON 52, SHOWERS BLOWING UP OVER WESTERN FORSYTH COUNTY. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM POSSIBILITIES FOR EVERYBODY AS WE CONTINUE TO LOOK AT THE THREAT OF RAIN AND WIND. WE WILL BE WATCHING FOR CHANCES OF HEAVY WIND. I WILL CLEAR THIS OUT FOR A SECOND. YOU CAN SEE THE HEIGHT OF THE STORMS, GROWING TO 35,000, 50,000 FEET. THE ONE OVER MOUNT AIRY STARTING TO DROP IN ITS INTENSITY. THIS ONE GROWING OVER WILKES COUNTY. HEAVY DOWNFOR CENTERED NEAR NORTH WILKESBORO AND EAST AND WEST. LOTS OF DOWNFOR COMING IN. SEEK SHELTER IF YOU ARE IN THE PATH OF THESE STORMS. GET TO THE LOWEST FLOOR. WITH THE WINS AND THE CONCERNS OF — THE WINDS AND THE CONCERNS OF TREES COMING DOWN, BIG CONCERN FOR FOLKS TRAVELING. HEAVY LIGHTING ENTRIES COULD COME DOWN, POWER LINES. — HEAVY LIGHTING AND TREES COULD COME DOWN, POWER LINES. THIS HEAVY RAIN WILL DROP DOWN. 91 IN LEXINGTON RIGHT NOW. WE ARE CLOSE TO THAT WARM FRONT JUST TO THE EAST. THAT LIFTED BACK NORTH LATER THIS AFTERNOON. THAT RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE IS GOING TO BE THE PREDOMINANT FEATURE, KEEPING US PLENTY HOT AND STEAMY TOMORROW. 90° IN ASHEBORO. RAIN COOLED IN A LITTLE BIT. SOME CLOUDS STARTING TO HELP COOL THINGS. WITH THE RAIN, DEW POINTS IN THE LOW 70’S AND UPPER 60’S. HIGH TEMPERATURES AT 92 IN BURLINGTON. 89, THE AVERAGE FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR, WITH MORNING LOWS AT ABOUT 74. YOUR DEW POINTS, PRETTY MISERABLE. THE WEATHER IMPACT FROM THIS WEEK WITH THE HEAT, WE WILL FEEL MORE LIKE THE LOWER 100S TO 109, ESPECIALLY IN EASTERN ALAMANCE COUNTY, WHERE THAT ADVISORY IS IN PLACE TOWARD THE COAST. STAY HYDRATED, SPEND TIME INDOORS. TOMORROW, WE EXPECT ANOTHER ROUND OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS TO IMPACT US WITH SIMILAR CONDITIONS TODAY. WE MAY SEE THE ELEVATED RISK GO UP TO A LEVEL TWO TOMORROW. SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM ACTION AS WE TAKE A LOOK AT OUR FORECAST. MORE STORMS TOWARD THE TRIAD BETWEEN NOW AND 7:30. MOST OF THOSE DIE DOWN AFTER 9:00 AM, 10:00 AM TONIGHT. AFTER WE LOSE THE DAYTIME HEATING AND THE LITTLE WAVE ALOFT HELPING SPAWN THOSE THUNDERSTORMS. THINGS MIGHT GET STARTED EARLIER TOMORROW. BY NOON TIME. THAT COULD KEEP THE HEAT DOWN FOR THE CENTRAL TRIAD. EASTERN TRIAD SPOTS MAY ALREADY BE IN THE MID TO UPPER 90’S. IT FEELS LIKE THE LOW 100S FOR THE MIDDLE OF THE DAY TOMORROW FOR THE TRIAD. SHOWERS AND STORMS CONTINUE THROUGH EARLY EVENING. HEAVY DOWNPOURS, FREQUENT LIGHTNING, AND STORMS THAT COULD TAKE DOWN TREES OR POWERLINES WITH WIND ABOVE 60 MILES. WE HAVE A HEAT ADVISORY FOR THE EASTERN PART OF OUR MARKET, IN ALAMANCE COUNTY. HAZY, HOT, AND HUMID. THE IMPACT HOURS STAY WITH US TILL WE SEE THE SUNSET. THE SEVEN-DAY FORECAST. SEVERE THUNDERSTORM RISK AND HIGH HEAT RISK CONTINUES THROUGH

Severe Storms Bring Power Lines & Trees Down, Severe Risks Wednesday, & Eastern Triad Heat Advisory

Severe Storms Bring Power Lines & Trees Down, More Severe Storms Possible Wednesday & Head Advisory for Eastern Triad

Severe Storms Bring Power Lines & Trees Down, More Severe Storms Possible Wednesday & Head Advisory for Eastern Triad

Severe Storms Bring Power Lines & Trees Down, More Severe Storms Possible Wednesday & Head Advisory for Eastern Triad

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