There will be a slight risk of isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms developing across portions of eastern North Carolina on Monday, May 27, per an update from the National Weather Service Newport/Morehead City office.

The primary severe risk is damaging wind gusts of 40-70 mph, but hail up to golf-ball size is also possible. There is also a threat of tornadoes, as well as heavy rains.

This is a unique event in that the environment is supportive of higher impact severe weather for eastern North Carolina, but confidence in where/if thunderstorms will form is lower than normal. As such, the public is advised to have multiple ways to receive weather and tornado warnings, if warrented.

For more information on the local forecast, visit www.weather.gov/mhx for weather information, or the National Weather Service office in Newport/Morehead City’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/NWSMoreheadCity/.

 

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