Severe Weather Warning for Flash Flood and Tornado Watch for Majority of Triad

The National Weather Service (NWS) in Raleigh gave a glimmer flood cautioning until 10 AM today. This severe weather warning is for West Randolph, Guilford, and East Forsyth Davidson regions.

At 07:02 Am, Doppler radar showed tempest streaks causing weighty downpour in the cautioned region. According to the advance notice from the weather conditions administration, the streak of flooding is continuous or expected to begin soon.

A few places that will encounter streak flooding include Plyler, High Point, Asheboro, Trinity, Lexington, Greensboro, Stokesdale, Winston-Salem, McLeansville, Archdale, Albemarle, Wadesboro, Randleman, Badin Lake, Thomasville, Kernersville, Ansonville, Linwood, Summerfield, and Walkertown.

The tornado watch is additionally active until 2 PM today for focal North Carolina. Straight-line winds can blow down trees and electrical cables and harm manufactured homes and different structures. Look for cover in durable structures until the tempest passes, the admonition says. Avoid windows as flying flotsam and jetsam produced by harming winds can be destructive.

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