Strong storms moved through central North Carolina on Wednesday afternoon but pushed out by early evening.
As of 3:15 p.m., the strongest storms were north and east of Raleigh, and the severe threat for the Triangle had diminished. There still could be a storm through the evening especially south and east of RDU, Chief Meteorologist Chris Hohmann said.
It will be dry and a little less humid Thursday, with highs from 88-92.
There could be an isolated shower or storm Friday late or evening, with most spots dry and highs in the low 90s.
We should have a dry and warm weekend with highs near 90 and humidity fairly low, especially Saturday, Hohmann said.
Severe weather moves through central North Carolina
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