IDALIA INTERACTIVE RADAR | Live interactive radar North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida

IDALIA INTERACTIVE RADAR |  Live interactive radar North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida

Track Idalia | Live Interactive Radar in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida

It will make an impact here in the Carolinas. It will affect us. So, Brian Slocum, of course, stands ready. It’s going to be a busy week. it will be. The extent of our local influence has not yet been determined. These things tend to change often. Given that this thing, the storm is still in the Caribbean and then moving into the Gulf of Mexico, I think you can trace a lot, if anything over the last 24 hours, the general path in the models and with it the National Hurricane Center’s forecast has shifted a little bit to the right. And a little to the south. And that would actually be helpful in trying to direct most of the impact at least to areas of perhaps South Carolina and coastal North Carolina as opposed to what we’re doing. You can see this paradigm shift when we take a broad view. Firstly. And before we zoom in, we’ll superimpose the forecast path over that and you can see if there’s anything, things to the right of what’s happening. So this may continue to pull it to the south and east, but that remains to be seen. Remember, these lines indicate where the center of the storm will be. It’s a bigger storm than that. So there will be some impact here locally. It’s just that we will get a well-defined line from the point of rainfall. Who sees it and who doesn’t. So the latest track from the National Hurricane Center has turned into a hurricane. The third of the season is coming soon today. It takes more of the track north into tomorrow and then begins to curve toward Florida. This is now expected to be a major hurricane that will make landfall in the Big Bend area of ​​Florida, pass over the Florida Peninsula and move up and along the Atlantic coast of Georgia and South Carolina and even into the Wilmington area as well. So you can see the cone keeping this to the south. This should keep us out of severe weather. Hurricanes that are sometimes produced by these tropical systems. But it may be especially difficult for our southern counties to escape the heavy rains and some gusty winds at times. I don’t think the wind will be too bad with this. Looking ahead, you can see extreme instability even before the storm gets here. We are looking at scattered rain and storms along a stationary front. Once that storm starts to approach Ashe, watch where this model draws that well-defined line, persistent rain and heavy rain to the south of there, and not much at all to the north. So it will really depend on where it will be set up in the coming days. This will depend greatly on the route. It will have a significant impact on total rainfall. This model tells that story well, drawing 4 to 8 inches conservatively. Fayetteville Wilmington to Greenville, north of there, 1 to 2, 1 to 3 inches, much less. This would keep the risk of flooding at bay. So we will continue to monitor these changes. The main rain shower and main impact window will end early Wednesday night

Track Idalia | Live Interactive Radar in North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida

Idalia is strengthening and could intensify quickly in the Gulf region. The storm is expected to reach hurricane strength on Tuesday and could become a major hurricane by the time it reaches the Florida coast. ► Stay out of the rain and storms by checking the WXII 12 radar. ► Track Idalia: Latest maps, models and tracks ► Hurricane guide: Evacuation routes, safety tips, supplies and more More weather coverage: Weather alerts | Closure and delay Latest weather forecast | Post photos to the uLocal North Carolina Facebook group | Traffic information | Closure and delay report SkyCams Follow the latest news and weather by downloading the WXII app here.

Idalia is strengthening and could intensify quickly in the Gulf region.

The storm is expected to reach hurricane strength on Tuesday and could become a major hurricane by the time it reaches the Florida coast.

►Stay out of the rain and storms by checking the WXII 12 radar.

►Idalia Tracking: Latest maps, models and routes

►Hurricane Guide: Evacuation routes, safety tips, supplies and more

More weather coverage: Weather Alerts | Closure and delay Latest weather forecast | Post photos to the uLocal North Carolina Facebook group | Traffic information | Closure and delay report SkyCams

Follow the latest news and weather by downloading WXII application here.

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