Storms leave behind damaged homes, power outages and flash flooding across the Triangle

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Monday, May 1, 2023
Storms move through Triangle quick, knock out power, damage homes
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Severe weather moves through Triangle Sunday afternoon knocking out power, knocking down trees and some flash flooding.

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- Thunderstorms rolled across the Triangle leaving some without power, some flooding and storm damage.

Take a look: Raw videos show areas impacted by the storms

Flooding in Forest Hills Park in Durham

Roof ripped off building in Fayetteville

Neighbors in Wilson County clean up after storm leaves yards littered with limbs, other damage.

"I hollered for everybody to get into the bathroom."

Storms move out of the Triangle but leave damage across parts the area.

Cooler air moves in for the first part of the week, especially in the morning.

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The risk for the Triangle will be mainly early as the low slides overhead in the early afternoon hours and we should see some quiet time by late afternoon.

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Downpours will definitely be a concern with localized flooding possible. With the forecast track of the low to our west, we can also break out into the warm sector and have thunderstorms turn locally damaging.

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