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Wayne County Under Flash Flood Watch

Wayne County Under Flash Flood Watch

A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Wayne County from Thursday morning through Friday morning.  The National Weather Service says moderate to heavy rainfall will move into the region Thursday morning and persist through Friday morning.  The possibility for 2 – 3 inches of rain on the already saturated soils will increase the risk for flash…read more »

Rain To Continue Thursday, Flash Flood Warning Issued

Rain To Continue Thursday, Flash Flood Warning Issued

A Flood Warning and Flash Flood Warning are now in effect for Wayne County. That’s on top of the Flash Flood Watch that has been issued for Wayne County until 7 PM this evening. A cold front is mixing with moisture from Tropical Storm Eta in the Gulf of Mexico, and that’s leading to another day of rain and…read more »

Flash Flood Watch In Effect As Sally Treks Toward N.C.

Flash Flood Watch In Effect As Sally Treks Toward N.C.

(NCNN WeatherCenter)–A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Central of North Carolina for Thursday and Friday, and counties south of Raleigh are under, a Level 2, or elevated, risk for severe weather. Tropical Storm Sally will cause a remnant low that will be south of North Carolina. Rain will be possible all day on…read more »

Flash Flood Watch Issued For Wayne County

Flash Flood Watch Issued For Wayne County

The National Weather Service in Raleigh has expanded the * Flash Flood Watch to include a portion of central North Carolina, including the following areas, Durham, Johnston, Orange, Person, Sampson, Wake, and Wayne. * Through Thursday evening * Multiple rounds of moderate to heavy rain will result in additional rainfall amounts of 2 to 3…read more »

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