Several central North Carolina counties were under a flood advisory, including Wake County, as a line of storms moved through the region Sunday evening.
According to the National Weather Service, the flood advisories for Wake, Duplin and Onslow counties, extends until 9 p.m. See Weather Alerts
WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said a system moving from the north and west could trigger severe weather for parts of the Triangle into the overnight hours.
“We’re going to see blossoming activity over the next several hours,” he said shortly after 6 p.m. “We’ll have the potential for severe thunderstorms with damaging wind gusts through the evening and 1 or 2 a.m.”
The wet weather prompted a delay in action at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park Sunday evening.
The high temperature was expected to top out Sunday in the mid-80s before dropping to a low temperatures in the 70s.
After the line of wet weather moves out of the area, Maze said the drier air will settle into the region and bring minimal chances for rain through the latter part of the week.
The high Monday should top out in the upper 80s, with hot, dry weather expected for the remainder of the work week.
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