A flood warning is in effect for multiple counties through 12:30 pm Friday.
The heavy rain has finally left eastern Carolina, but there will still be plenty of standing water on the roadways. Drivers should continue to use extreme caution. Just one foot of moving water can sweep a vehicle off the road. Remember the saying: turn around, don't drown.
Rainfall totals in inches, from Sunday through midnight Thursday:
New Bern 15.52
Pitt Greenville Airport 15.27
Morehead City 14.57
Catherine Lake 11.43
Rocky Mount 10.65
Edenton 10.50 (Estimated)
Elizabeth City 9.80
Roanoke Rapids 6.61
Note- These totals are not official, but should be within an inch or less.
A much needed dry stretch will settle in from Friday through Sunday.
Cool and mostly sunny conditions are on tap for the weekend, with highs around 70° and lows dipping to the low 50s by Saturday night.
When severe weather strikes, stay tuned to WITN for the latest from Advanced VIPIR. Chief Meteorologist Marvin Daugherty and meteorologists Jim Howard, Bob Trihy and Matt Engelbrecht will work around the clock to give you the latest information and any warnings.
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