Showers and a few thunderstorms will move across North Carolina on Tuesday, bringing a severe weather risk to the area.
Temperatures began the day above normal, reaching into the 60s in some spots, with clear skies. But a line of showers moving in from our west will change that.
The last line of showers move through the area around 7 p.m. On the back side of those showers are cold temperatures.
The severe weather risk has decreased for most of central North Carolina. Now only the southern and eastern areas are under a marginal (level 1) risk for severe weather.
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ABC11 First Alert Weather Team said the areas in and around Clayton will likely see the strongest storms.
Cold front moves through North Carolina, could bring thunderstorms, damaging winds