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I’ve seen discussion in multiple threads, so here’s one for the storm. Should be a good widespread rain across a lot of the area. Tropical storm wind gusts working up the coast. Should be some gusty winds with whatever remains of the core as it moves through the Carolinas and into Virginia. Tomorrow afternoon could feature a tornado threat from the SC low country in NC coastal plain

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HRRR bullish on winds. usually I take these maps with a grain of salt but with the high offshore packing the gradient and dry air working in around the S and SE side who knows...maybe some 40-50 mph gust are possible for 3-4 hrs tomorrow....

 

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42 minutes ago, downeastnc said:

HRRR bullish on winds. usually I take these maps with a grain of salt but with the high offshore packing the gradient and dry air working in around the S and SE side who knows...maybe some 40-50 mph gust are possible for 3-4 hrs tomorrow....

 

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I agree, given the building pressure gradient and dry air on the backside, any elevated showers should easily be able to give some wind gusts around 40 from the Columbia-Triangle east areas. Obviously nothing major but could cause a few trees or branches to fall 

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  Northeastern Wilson County in central North Carolina...    
* Until 100 PM EDT.    
        
* At 1231 PM EDT, a tornado producing storm was located near    
  Farmville, moving north at 35 mph.    
  HAZARD...Damaging tornado.    
  SOURCE...Radar confirmed tornado.    
  IMPACT...Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without     
           shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed.     
           Damage to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur.  Tree     
           damage is likely.    
* This tornadic thunderstorm will remain over mainly rural areas of    
  southwestern Edgecombe and northeastern Wilson Counties, including    
  the following locations... Macclesfield and Pinetops.    

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26 minutes ago, Avdave said:

Nothing unusual about this. We have had severe T storms worse than this. Some of the media really went overboard with the coverage.  

We have gotten some good rains though here sitting at 1.57"

We had the bottom fall out during an earlier heavier return that sat over us. Sitting at 2.74” and still pouring 

Edit: 15 minutes later and we’re now over 3 inches. Crazy rates right now 

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19 minutes ago, NorthHillsWx said:

We had the bottom fall out during an earlier heavier return that sat over us. Sitting at 2.74” and still pouring 

Edit: 15 minutes later and we’re now over 3 inches. Crazy rates right now 

Nice., You def in the right spot with some of the bands. Its raining good here but not like there. Im now at 1.85"

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On cue:

At 311 PM EDT, a confirmed tornado was located over Alligator Lake,    
or 28 miles southeast of Plymouth, moving north at 45 mph.    
HAZARD...Damaging tornado.    
SOURCE...Emergency management confirmed tornado.    
IMPACT...Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without     
         shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage     
         to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur.  Tree damage is     
         likely.    
Locations impacted include...    
Kilkenny, Killkenny, Scranton, Fairfield, Columbia, Woodley,    

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Last band just pushed through. 3.61” storm total for Elsa. Overall about what I was expecting, maybe a little more rain. Saw some decent gusts with one cell (probably 30-35 mph) and one tree down in my neighborhood off quail hollow took out the power lines. All sorts of line trucks there now. Mom is in Morehead city and said it’s probably blowing in gusts to 50 right now

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