>> Friday, April 18, 2014
An area of low pressure continues to form in the northern Gulf of Mexico, and rain will steadily spread northeastward into the Carolinas today and tonight.
For much of NC, the rain will try and hold off until this evening, and then the rain settles in tonight and continues at times tomorrow.
There will be some generous amounts of rain in portions of the region, but amounts will taper off as you head further north and west. I detail this in today's video.
For Easter Sunday, the chance of a little rain needs to be maintained in the eastern Carolinas, but as you head west, the chances for rain sharply decrease.
Next week is looking very nice overall. There will be a quick chance of some showers or storms later Tuesday, but aside from that, look for good intervals of sun with highs in the 70s.
Here's today's video: