NORTH CAROLINA (WTVD) -- Hurricane Florence brought flooding to many parts of North Carolina, and while some area rivers are expected to crest Tuesday or Wednesday, floodwaters should start to recede.
But there's some good news. Big Weather said since we won't see much more rain, localized flooding should start to recede Tuesday and continue throughout the week.
However, that's not the case for several rivers.
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Many parts of the Cape Fear River, which has Cumberland County bracing for potentially dangerous flooding, are expected to crest -- when floodwaters reach their highest point -- this week.
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Cape Fear River
On Wednesday, Cape Fear River at Fayetteville is expected to reach 61.5' and then recede to below the flood stage by Friday night.
The Cape Fear River at Lillington should reach 21.5' Tuesday and then drop below the flood stage by Thursday.
The Little River at Manchester should reach 21.5' and then dip below the flood stage over the weekend.
The Lumber River at Lumberton should hit 24.3' on Tuesday and stay in a major flood stage throughout the weekend.
The Tar River at Louisburg should rise to the point of 22' tomorrow and then reach below the flood stage on Thursday.
The Neuse River at Smithfield is already receding and should be below the flood stage by Wednesday, while the Neuse River at Goldsboro should go below the flood stage next week.
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