The National Weather Services is predicting that the Triangle and other portions of Central North Carolina will experience high winds and possibly severe storms this evening and continuing overnight.
A combination of strong winds and a warm, moist flow of air favors strong to severe storms. There’s a risk of isolated tornadoes, as well.
The greatest threat for severe weather is from 9 tonight until about 6 a.m. Friday, with the highest risk for severe storms will be south of U.S. 64.
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