Wet weather moves out of Triangle
RALEIGH (WTVD) -- The same storm system that dumped heavy snow on the Midwest brought us plenty of rain Tuesday.
Rain amounts were expected to range between .75" to 1.5" across the area, which caused numerous accidents.
Temperatures should remain in the mid 50s as the rains move out.
Behind the system, things will quiet down as sunshine returns. Wednesday looks fairly mild around 60 before we cool back into the 50s by Thursday.
A cold front and northwest flow should bring even cooler temperatures by Friday and Saturday though, as afternoon highs will struggle to reach 50 degrees as we head into March.
- Photos: Oklahoma tornado aftermath
- First Alert Doppler XP
- LIVE North Carolina Weather Radar
- Like ABC11 on Facebook
- Candidates for Wake superintendent narrowed to 3 43 min ago
- NC attorney general warns of disaster relief scams 39 min ago
- Parents push to get Enloe students back in school 15 min ago
- Good Samaritan law intended to save lives
- North Carolina schools prepare for tornadoes
- High School coach arrested on sex charge
- Video: Okla. storms hit close to home for some
- Lightning sparks Raleigh apartment fire
- Video: McCrory weighs in on state budget, protests
- Two cleared, others charged in murder