Saturday will be mostly cloudy and humid, with a chance of showers and thunderstorms and highs in the low to mid-80s, as the cold front crosses the region, forecasters said.
The rainy days will continue until the weekend, Lessor said.
Heavy rain could result in areas of rapidly rising water which could lead to flash flooding.
Some thunderstorms are possible Thursday afternoon and during the evening rush, but they are not expected to be significant. Heavy downpours and flash flooding are the primary concern in any thunderstorms, but there could be an isolated stronger storm that is capable of a stronger wind gust in a few spots.
Severe weather continues to intensify for millions of Americans from coast to coast. The silver lining to today is that daytime highs will only reach the low 80s. Hersheypark amusement park was forced to close its gates for a second time this week due to flash flooding.More news: Galaxy S10 may not be Samsung's only triple-camera phone next year
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Once storms pass by late Friday night, drier weather is forecast Saturday, with patchy fog in the morning.
This hour-by-hour composite model for the Cape Fear Region quite sensibly shows opportunities for clouds, showers, and storms for Tuesday afternoon. The rain chance remains at 70 percent on Wednesday.
Fortunately, most of us do actually need rain right about now, but we're mindful that too much of a good thing can quickly turn bad.
Extreme weather continued to hit the U.S. East and West coasts Wednesday with flooding ravaging much of the eastern seaboard and fires tearing through the West.