Run Totals

2019
Jan87
Feb82
Mar79
Apr92
May144
Jun46
Jul108
Aug87
Sep98
Oct109
Nov100
Dec102
Total1134

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Timeline PhotosIt's going to be a warm holiday weekend. Stay safe on hot days out in the sun by staying in the shade, wearing lightweight/light colored clothing, drinking water and keeping an eye out for heat-related illnesses.

More safety tips at www.readync.org/stay-informed/natural-hazards/extreme-heat.
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NEW: The Storm Prediction Center has expanded the Level 2/5 (SLIGHT) risk to include all of Western NC and Southeastern NC, this is basically from Boone and Asheville south and east to the Wilmington/Cape Fear area. The main concern is a line, or a cluster of thunderstorms known as an MCV (Mesoscale Convective Vortex). The greatest risk is a couple of storms with damaging winds and an isolated tornado, although it is very low. The timing will be from mid-afternoon to late evening; I’ll keep you posted. ... See MoreSee Less

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NEW: Code Orange Air Quality Alert Day expanded to include for the entire state today due to dust. The Air is unhealthy for sensitive groups (breathing problems) honestly it is unhealthy for everyone. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality in Raleigh NC
has issued a Code Orange Air Quality Action Day for Fine
Particulates for most of the state. An Air Quality Action Day means that Fine Particulates concentrations within the region may approach or exceed unhealthy
standards.

Children, active people, older adults, and those with heart or lung disease (like asthma): should limit prolonged or heavy exertion outdoors.
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