Wind-driven rain started coming down in earnest around midday in downtown Raleigh Thursday, making for more than a casual walk down Fayetteville Street as the morning temperature dropped into the 40s before noon. Weather forecasters say that approaching cold front mixing with the rainfall by late afternoon Thursday will make for a wintry mix over the triangle after dark.
Wind-driven rain started coming down in earnest around midday in downtown Raleigh Thursday, making for more than a casual walk down Fayetteville Street as the morning temperature dropped into the 40s before noon. Weather forecasters say that approaching cold front mixing with the rainfall by late afternoon Thursday will make for a wintry mix over the triangle after dark. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Wind-driven rain started coming down in earnest around midday in downtown Raleigh Thursday, making for more than a casual walk down Fayetteville Street as the morning temperature dropped into the 40s before noon. Weather forecasters say that approaching cold front mixing with the rainfall by late afternoon Thursday will make for a wintry mix over the triangle after dark. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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