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  • Birthday 05/29/1983

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  1. Both radar anomalies have reappeared in Wayne and Duplin Counties. Third day in a row. There aren't any fires in the area.
  2. Yeah they said some people had called them. LOL. The funny thing was that another similar area was showing up further south in Duplin County. I was working in 911 yesterday, so we definitely confirmed there weren't any fires/smoke plumes in the area. I guess it's just one of those mysteries of the Earth kind of things.
  3. I saw it as well. We sent a Mt Olive police unit out to the area, but there wasn't any sign of smoke or anything else unusual. The NWS Raleigh office called the center asking the same thing, but we couldn't confirm anything.
  4. 0.30" in Pikeville last night. Much more in Goldsboro. At least an inch if not two with a little bit of minor street flooding.
  5. The Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been extended eastward until 10pm.
  6. SPC is about to extend the watch further east.
  7. A Slight Risk is up for a good portion of the Carolinas and Northeastern Georgia.
  8. 3.3 inches for the week in Pikeville NC.
  9. The CC Drop is still there, but the velocity doesn't look impressive.
  10. 2.33 inches of rain today in Pikeville.
  11. I enjoy their commentary on the severe weather. Theres lots of knowledge being dispensed in that thread.
  12. How useful is this model product? Its showing a 75% contour over Central NC Monday afternoon
  13. This is NOT a valid image, but I am trying to figure out where this type of warning/watch product is generated or produced? Is it some type of app, or is it something sent out by NWS? I've seen these products posted on Americanwx before, so I was hoping someone on here cold tell me how to get or produce these graphics. Thanks in advance for any help.