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First Alert Weather Days: Tuesday through Thursday

Periods of rain, heavy at times, will persist over the next 3 days
Updated: 7 hours ago

Forecast Discussion: Tuesday begins a period of wet weather across Eastern North Carolina with the potential for flooding along and east of Highway 17. Daily rain chances will persist through Thursday with 2 to 4 inches possible over inland areas such as Williamston, Greenville, Kinston, and Kenansville and 4 to 8 inches possible along the coastal counties such as Jacksonville, New Bern, Havelock, Morehead City, Washington, Belhaven, and Colombia. A flash flood watch will be in effect for much of Eastern North Carolina through Thursday. Rumbles of thunder with downpours will be likely at times, but severe thunderstorms are not expected.

Updated: 7 hours ago
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Forecast Discussion: Tuesday begins a period of wet weather across Eastern North Carolina with the potential for flooding along and east of Highway 17. Daily rain chances will persist through Thursday with 2 to 4 inches possible over inland areas such as Williamston, Greenville, Kinston, and Kenansville and 4 to 8 inches possible along the coastal counties such as Jacksonville, New Bern, Havelock, Morehead City, Washington, Belhaven, and Colombia. A flash flood watch will be in effect for much of Eastern North Carolina through Thursday. Rumbles of thunder with downpours will be likely at times, but severe thunderstorms are not expected.

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