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Current Severe Weather Alerts in North Carolina


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Flood Warning issued February 17 at 7:51PM EST until February 20 at 1:00PM EST by NWS

Event: Flood Warning
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Moderate
Certainty: Likely
Affected Area: Robeson

Summary: ...The flood warning continues for the following rivers... lumber near lumberton affecting robeson county nc the flood warning continues for the lumber near lumberton. * from late tuesday night to wednesday afternoon. * at 6:50 pm sunday the stage was 12.32 feet.

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Special Weather Statement issued February 17 at 7:28PM EST by NWS

Event: Special Weather Statement
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Minor
Certainty: Observed
Affected Area: Alleghany; Ashe

Summary: ...Areas of fog and temperatures near freezing... through the overnight, low hanging clouds will result in areas of fog where the mountain ridges come in contact with the cloud base. visibility for the higher elevations may drop to near zero at times. the primary impact will be to the blue ridge parkway and interstate 77 near fancy gap, in addition to highways that cross

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Special Weather Statement issued February 17 at 7:20PM EST by NWS

Event: Special Weather Statement
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Minor
Certainty: Observed
Affected Area: Buncombe; Eastern McDowell; Eastern Polk; Greater Rutherford; Henderson; McDowell Mountains; Polk Mountains; Rutherford Mountains; Transylvania

Summary: ...Limited visibility in fog and heavy rain along the eastern slopes of the southern appalachians this evening... the combination of areas of fog, very low clouds, and developing moderate to heavy rainfall is greatly limiting visibility along the eastern slopes of the north carolina mountains and the adjacent foothills this evening. conditions are particularly

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Hydrologic Outlook issued February 17 at 3:32PM EST by NWS

Event: Hydrologic Outlook
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Future
Severity: Unknown
Certainty: Possible
Affected Area: Cherokee; Clay

Summary: ...Prolonged period of rain and possible flooding from late tuesday through saturday across much of east tennessee, southwest virginia, and far southwest north carolina... waves of rain which will be heavy at times are expected across southeast tennessee and southwest north carolina starting late tuesday afternoon. periods of rain will spread across the rest of

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement

Special Weather Statement issued February 17 at 2:17PM EST by NWS

Event: Special Weather Statement
Message Type: Alert
Urgency: Expected
Severity: Minor
Certainty: Observed
Affected Area: Cherokee; Clay

Summary: ...Heavy rains possible this evening through tonight... * what...Localized flash flooding a possibility. forecast rainfall amounts are not excessive, however the ground is completely saturated from recent rains. any further precipitation will go almost exclusively to runoff, and as such could produce localized flooding. this would include small stream flooding,

Official National Weather Service Weather Alert Statement