Raleigh, N.C. — North Carolina won’t see snow from a treacherous winter storm moving across the country, but rain will keep Sunday soggy.
According to WRAL meteorologist Peta Sheerwood, rain will fall throughout most of Sunday but will start clearing out late afternoon. Some pockets of heavy downpours are possible during that time.
Sunday will also be warm, with a high of 63 degrees, and breezy, with winds gusting up to 25 to 30 mph.
Track the rain on WRAL’s DualDoppler5000.
Millions of Americans will be traveling on Sunday as they head home from Thanksgiving celebrations, and the snowy weather is complicating travel plans. In Denver and Chicago, flights were delayed Sunday morning by winter weather.
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Locally, drivers crossing North Carolina will be traveling on wet roads. While the rain should get lighter throughout the day, it could be soggy and wet until 6 p.m. at least.
Monday will be cloudy and cooler, with a high around 50 degrees. Those going to the WRAL Tower Lighting Monday night should bundle up, as temperatures could be in the upper 30s. Rain gear won’t be needed, though.
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