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Damaging Winds And Heavy Rain Predicted For Wayne County Thursday

Damaging Winds And Heavy Rain Predicted For Wayne County Thursday

(GDN) – The National Weather Service is calling for damaging wind gusts of up to 39 miles per hour for Thursday afternoon in Goldsboro and surrounding areas. They say there is also an 86% chance of rain with a high of 77 degrees. On Thursday night, meteorologists say look for breezy skies in the evening…read more »

Wet Weather Likely Wednesday And Thursday For Wayne County

Wet Weather Likely Wednesday And Thursday For Wayne County

(GDN) – Rain is in the forecast for all of Wayne County Wednesday and Thursday.  WRAL Meteorologist Mike Maze says look for cloudy and breezy skies with showers possible today and then scattered showers and storms becoming likely tomorrow afternoon and into tomorrow evening.  Temperatures are predicted to be at a high of 76 degrees…read more »

Increased Fire Danger Today for All of Central NC

Increased Fire Danger Today for All of Central NC

(NWS)-Today will be very warm and dry, with relative humidity values mostly between 15 and 25 percent. When combined with 10 to 15 mph winds that will gust at times to between 20 and 25 mph, increased fire danger will result through this evening. Outdoor burning is discouraged. Please refer to your local burn permitting…read more »

Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Wayne County

Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Wayne County

(GDN) – It appears the weekend may get off to a snowy start once again.  The forecast has improved since yesterday with the National Weather Service expecting less than an inch of snow to accumulate in the Wayne County area.  Rain this evening is expected to transition to snow after midnight and continue into Saturday…read more »

Light Accumulation Of Snow Again Possible By Saturday Morning

Light Accumulation Of Snow Again Possible By Saturday Morning

(GDN) — Another week, another winter storm that may impact Wayne County.  The National Weather Service says rain on Friday night may transition to snow after midnight as temperatures drop below freezing.  As of now, there is the possibility for 1-2 inches of light accumulation by Saturday morning.  Once again, the snow and freezing temps…read more »

Increased Fire Danger Today

Increased Fire Danger Today

(GDN) — There’s an increased fire hazard risk again today.  The National Weather Service says the increased fire danger goes into effect at 10 AM this morning and is in place until early evening for Wayne and surrounding counties.  Behind a cold front pushing out of the region today, humidities under 30% will combine with…read more »

Flash Flood Warning Issued For Western Wayne County

Flash Flood Warning Issued For Western Wayne County

The National Weather Service in Raleigh has issued a * Flash Flood Warning for… Southeastern Johnston County in central North Carolina… Western Wayne County in central North Carolina… * Until 1230 PM EDT. * At 917 AM EDT, Doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing heavy rain across the warned area. Between 2 and 4 inches of…read more »

Ida Remnants May Bring Storms To Wayne County Today

Ida Remnants May Bring Storms To Wayne County Today

The remnants of Hurricane Ida are expected to impact Eastern Carolina today.  What’s left of Ida is expected to bring isolated to scattered strong or even severe storms as they cross the region today.  The National Weather Service says damaging winds and an isolated tornado are all possible with these storms. Also, locally heavy rain…read more »

NWS: Some Areas Of Wayne County Saw Nearly Seven Inches Of Rain

NWS: Some Areas Of Wayne County Saw Nearly Seven Inches Of Rain

The past few days have left Wayne County saturated with rain. According to figures released by the National Weather Service, Wayne County saw close to seven inches of rainfall over a 48 hour period that ended at 8 AM Friday. The highest readings of 6 ¾ inches came from the Goldsboro area.  read more »

NWS: Strong Storms May Arrive In Afternoon, Evening Hours

NWS: Strong Storms May Arrive In Afternoon, Evening Hours

Eastern Carolina is on high alert for potentially deadly storms this afternoon and evening. According to the National Weather Service, the greatest severe risk area will be along a warm front that will develop northwestward to near US Highway 1 by early afternoon, where the risk of significant tornadoes and large hail will be maximized.…read more »

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