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Severe weather possible for southeastern NC

Posted by Colin Hackman -  email

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Heavy rains will start to diminish and by mid morning as much drier air will make its way into the area helping daytime high temperatures to climb into the mid 60's.
 
Some roadways will still have water ponding until later today after some locations in Southeastern North Carolina saw over an inch of rain.   The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Advisory for roadways that drain poorly. 

The system also produced several tornadoes to the west. In Davidson and Guilford Counties, tornadoes damages multiple homes and caused 3 injuries near the High Point area.

Further south, an unconfirmed tornado damaged several mobile homes near the Charlotte area.

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