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Snow is coming: What, when, where
Potential snowfall totalsRain is expected to turn to snow Thursday. See what to expect from wintry weather into Friday.
More snow? New models show potential for higher accumulation totals
Up to 3 inches of snow forecast for TriangleAbout 3 inches of snow could fall Thursday evening in the Triangle and other parts of central North Carolina.
February 20: Snow On The Way A little change of format today, with this winter storm moving into central North Carolina. I’m going to break things down by looking at the most-likely scenario, then a look at the “boom” and “bust” scenarios. There’s always a high degree of uncertainty with winter storms in this part of the country, and this one […]
Winter weather school closures: Feb. 20 RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Some central North Carolina school systems are closing early Thursday in preparation for winter weather expected in the area. A winter weather advisory was issued for 10 a.m. Thursday until 7 a.m. Friday. It was issued for the potential of 1 to 3 inches of snow and the hazards it could […]
NCHSAA postpones seeding of basketball playoffs due to winter weather
Postponed Games due to SnowThe N.C. High School Athletic Association has delayed the seeding of the basketball state playoffs until 1 p.m. on Sunday due to the threat of wintry weather.
NC State study finds levees are at risk with frequent flooding
leveeNew research out of North Carolina State University is showing how the United States' aging levee system could have hidden dangers inspectors may not be able to see.
February 19: Snow possible Thursday Mother Nature just COULDN’T let me move to California without one more “could go either way” snow chance. So I’ll spend the next 36 hours thusly… No snow out there this morning, just some lingering showers, mist and drizzle. That will gradually diminish by midday, with a few spotty showers still possible south of the […]
Bill Leslie: The winter that never was
Trees in bloomEveryone in my neighborhood has at least something blooming in their gardens right now that probably shouldn’t be blooming.
Soggy neighborhoods under flash-flood warning in Mississippi
Severe_Weather_Mississippi_98541Forecasters expected more heavy rains in parts of the flood-ravaged South on Tuesday, prolonging the misery for worried people who still can't get back in homes surrounded by water.
February 18: Rain on the way again…then snow??? WEATHER High clouds this morning are still allowing sunshine to filter through — soak that up, because the sun will be in short supply for the next few days. Clouds will thicken by this afternoon, and we’ll see increasing rain chances this afternoon and evening. Despite the clouds and showers, temperatures will still reach up […]
February 17: Nice Today, Warm But Wet Tuesday WEATHER We started off this morning with some locally dense fog, but the rest of Presidents Day is looking nice! We’ll see plenty of sun and a few fair-weather clouds, with highs around 60° in the Triangle — as usual, a little cooler north of the Triangle, a little warmer south. Clouds will increase overnight, […]

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