North Carolina weather | Radar images

North Carolina weather |  Radar images

Live radar Track severe weather conditions

Staying safe is very important to the WX II 12 Weather Team. That’s why we want you to access weather information wherever you are On the go, even while you’re sleeping We receive severe weather alerts when you need them to get them You can download the WX II 12 News app on your phone . When you open the w X like 12 news app, you will see three lines in the upper left corner. Click on that. Then you will see custom alerts. You’ll need to choose this when selecting alerts instead of opening alert windows. You have a lot of alert options. We want you to choose extreme weather. Well, there are some options here too. As you scroll down, you need to select where you want to get your watches and warnings. If you choose my location, they will follow you no matter where you are, you have your phone with you, or you can choose a zip code, maybe you enter your home address or maybe your work address and you get hours and warnings and alerts just for that area. You can choose both options. You’ll be alerted to things like when lightning is nearby. If you choose to or if there’s a storm approaching, you’ll always get your watches and warnings when you need them, wherever you are with the WX II 12 News App.

Live radar Track severe weather conditions

The WXII First Weather Warning Team is tracking the chance of severe weather in our area on Friday. Showers and storms will move in ahead of the cold front on Friday, and some of those storms could bring winds over 60 mph and/or a tornado threat. RELATED: How to report a power outage Rain will continue Friday, followed by a series of scattered thunderstorms Friday afternoon and evening. Increased wind speeds will reach 30-45 mph at times in the Triad and Foothills, and up to 60 mph in the mountains through tonight. Stay on top of the weather by checking the WXII 12 radar. 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 Sky Cams | Download the WXII12 News mobile app

The WXII First Weather Warning Team is tracking the chance of severe weather in our area on Friday.

Showers and storms will move in ahead of the cold front on Friday, and some of those storms could bring winds over 60 mph and/or a tornado threat.

Related: How to report a power outage

Rain will continue on Friday, followed by a series of scattered thunderstorms Friday afternoon and evening. Increasing wind speeds will sometimes reach 30-45 mph in the Triad and foothills, and up to 60 mph in the mountains during tonight.

Stay informed about the weather by checking the WXII 12 radar.

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 Sky Cams | Download the WXII12 News mobile app

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