Listen: Stephen Tisches, Wake County and Charlotte discussed on The John Batchelor Show
"The west and the start to get some major impacts that areas that didn't see a lot of impact over the last twenty four hours. It's been mainly across the sand hills in those areas. That is a little bit. We're gonna see I think we're having trouble with our computers kind of locked up there, Stephen tisches. So let's see if I can give it a kickstart. And there we go. Maybe it's moved out. Let's see if that did. All right. Let's keep going then rainfall amounts. This is storm total so areas that we're you're seeing twelve inches. He may see another seven eight or maybe more, but again catastrophic flooding flash flooding, and then the river flooding, obviously big concerns, and then that rainfall where you haven't seen a lot as forest tracks westward that's going to continue tracking westward to so even towards Charlotte where they haven't seen much rain at all could see eight to ten or more inches of rain there far northeast not nearly as much and then you get five to ten and maybe even more into southern parts of Wake County, potentially as the storm moves away. So even though there haven't been huge, huge issues in the triangle. There have been some they could get worse tomorrow forty seven highest wind gusts and argue there have been some power outages around the triangle, sixty four and Fe. Bill. The winds lightening up a bit though, thirty eight mile per hour gusts as the Winfield collapses around foreigners. Again, we don't see these major gusts now thirty three at even off to the door twenty twenty five or so and the wins tomorrow once the sun comes up will still be rather gusty, I think the fifty five is over for tonight for the sandhills but soukous gusts to forty five."