Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued for most of the @ABC11_WTVD viewing area.— Robert Johnson (@RobJohnsonABC11) August 1, 2021
Remember, a WATCH means we are watching the situation. A WARNING means it's happening or could happen very soon. Stay weather aware through the night. pic.twitter.com/xhblWHKf3S
The greatest concerns tonight will be strong, straight-line winds. However, small hail and a brief, isolated tornado is possible too.
Level 2/5 Risk of severe weather for areas southeast of Raleigh. Level 1/5 for everyone else. Main threat tonight is strong, straight-line winds. However, small hail and a brief tornado is possible. Storms will diminish/slide east for central NC after sunset. pic.twitter.com/7zncsMAyDk— Robert Johnson (@RobJohnsonABC11) August 1, 2021
Storms will weaken and slide eastward after sunset.
Mostly sunny skies will prevail tomorrow with a stray shower or storm southeast of I-95. Then, periods of rain and cooler conditions arrive Tuesday and will prevail for the remainder of the week.
Be Well & Stay Safe,