Listen: North Carolina, Joe and Prussia discussed on First Morning News
"Great Saturday and Sunday few clouds around with sunshine, a very pleasant in the upper seventies. And if we do get a Prussia precipitation from what's ever left, the remnant low or tropical depression Florence passing to our west Monday Tuesday. We may have some showers, maybe a few thunderstorms, but certainly don't have to worry about tropical storm conditions or anything like that. But a slow moving storm Joe, I mean, amazing amounts of rainfall already some spots approaching fifteen inches in eastern, North Carolina and more of the way could get close to thirty inches in some spots powers out now to over two hundred and fifty thousand in North Carolina water rescues new burn some record water rise there and areas impacted will be mainly through north and South Carolina with very heavy rainfall Astro around Charlotte and Raleigh, heavy rain and flooding possible. Then the low start quickly losing its punch and moving north northeast as we go through Monday and Tuesday. Closest point does is probably Tuesday morning as it approaches western New York state where I some guy to suggest maybe some decent rain. And then we'll get into the middle part of next week where it looks like we're going to have some pretty pleasant weather might see some lows by late next week. Maybe under the fifties. Joe? So we'll hope for that."