The area for the 'marginal' risk of thunderstorms and gusty winds shifted south overnight, but still puts much of central North Carolina with a chance to see showers and thunderstorms in the late morning/early afternoon hours.
The @NWSSPC adjusted their Cat1 of 5 (Marignal) risk of severe weather to the south a bit overnight. Fast-moving storms are possible from midday on and they will be capable of strong to locally severe wind gust. #ncwx pic.twitter.com/rHSrl9u7Gc— Don Schwenneker (@BigweatherABC11) February 13, 2020
Showers will enter the Triad area by morning commute and make their way east as the morning progresses. We expect the line of showers to arrive between 10 a.m. and noon.
The winds could reach up to 35 miles an hour.
Rain could linger through 6 p.m. before skies clear out. After that, temperatures will take a significant drop with Friday's high only reaching 50.