Weather impacts for North Carolina this weekend: Rain chances high, moderate

Weather impacts for North Carolina this weekend: Rain chances high, moderate

We have three impact days in a row as increasing rain chances move into the viewing area this weekend. Showers are likely as Pacific moisture descends into the middle levels of our atmosphere and a surface cold front stalls across North Carolina. Light intermittent showers and foggy conditions may begin Saturday morning. Steady rain is expected by the afternoon starting after lunch in the mountains, around 2 pm in the foothills, and after 3 pm in the Piedmont Triad. Timing may change as we watch mid- to upper-level energy move into North Carolina and southern Virginia. Please plan to check weather alerts and radar on your WXII12 News app before traveling this weekend. Time: Saturday afternoon: Rain waves become steady as cloudy conditions persist. Highs may reach the upper 60s before rain arrives with a light breeze developing. Saturday evening: Steady, light to moderate rain is likely. Sunday Morning: Pockets of moderate to heavy rain are possible during lunch. Sunday afternoon: We may see a break from the persistent rain while overcast skies continue. Rainfall totals (/twitter) NOW – EARLY TUESDAY: Up to 2 inches of rain is expected through early Tuesday morning. Rainfall totals are expected to average between three-quarters of an inch to one inch of rainfall. Weekend Forecast To monitor river levels and rainfall totals of course, check WXII12.com/radar and adjust layers to find needed storm information and the latest weather alerts. The National Weather Service provides a quick view of area currents, creeks and river elevations on the Advanced Hydrological Forecast Service link for North Carolina and Virginia. Once you click the link below, choose a point on the map close to your location to monitor local water levels:LocalNCVARiverLevels The North Carolina State Climatology Office also has a range of products available for residents interested in knowing nearby temperatures and precipitation totals. Click the link below to explore your location or other cities in North Carolina:NCStateClimateOfficeWeatherStationScoutCommunity Collaborative Rain, Snow, Hail Network or CocoRahs:

We have three impact days in a row as increasing rain chances move into the viewing area this weekend.

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Showers are likely as Pacific moisture descends into the middle levels of our atmosphere and a surface cold front stalls across North Carolina. Light intermittent showers and foggy conditions may begin Saturday morning. Steady rain is expected by the afternoon starting after lunch in the mountains, around 2 pm in the foothills, and after 3 pm in the Piedmont Triad. Timing may change as we watch mid- to upper-level energy move into North Carolina and southern Virginia. Please plan to check weather alerts and radar on your WXII12 News app before traveling this weekend.

timing

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Saturday afternoon: Rain continues with cloudy conditions persisting. Highs may reach the upper 60s before rain arrives with a light breeze developing.

Saturday evening: Steady, light to moderate rain is likely.

Sunday morning: Pockets of moderate to heavy rain are possible during breakfast and lunch.

Sunday afternoon: We may see a break from the persistent rain as cloudy skies continue.

Total rainfall

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Now-Early Tuesday: Up to 2 inches of rain is expected until early Tuesday morning. Total rainfall is expected to average between three-quarters of an inch to one inch of rain.

Weekend forecast

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Where to monitor river levels and total rainfall

Of course, check out WXII12.com/radar and adjust your layers to find needed storm information and the latest weather alerts.

The National Weather Service provides a quick look at area streams, creeks and river elevations at the Advanced Hydrological Forecast Service link for North Carolina and Virginia. Once you click the link below, choose a point on the map close to your location to monitor local water levels:

Local NCVAR river levels

The North Carolina State Climate Office also has a range of products available for residents interested in knowing nearby temperatures and precipitation totals. Click the link below to explore your location or other cities in North Carolina:

NCStateClimateOfficeWeatherStationScout

Rain, Snow or Hail Community Cooperative Network or CocoRahs:

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