Scattered rain will develop after sunrise Tuesday morning. During the afternoon a few storms will begin to form, and some of those could be severe. Right now, central North Carolina is under a slight risk, level 2 out of 5. Damaging winds will be the main threat, but there's also a chance for a brief spin up tornado.
Scattered showers and storms will develop Tuesday. A few storms could be severe during the afternoon. Right now we are under a slight risk, level 2 out of 5. Damaging winds will be the main threat, but there's also a chance for an isolated tornado. pic.twitter.com/2FNLDamGY3— Brittany Bell (@BrittanyABC11) October 21, 2019
High pressure will build across the area Wednesday and Thursday leading to nice sunny skies and seasonable high temperatures.
There's some uncertainty regarding the timing of rain this weekend through early next week. The American model, GFS, is showing rain Friday and Saturday. Meanwhile, the European shows rain on Monday.
Looking ahead, Halloween looks dry and cool.
Have a great evening!
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