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Dangerous Heat in the Northeast and Northwest U.S.; Areas of Excessive Rainfall In the Ohio Valley and Southwest

Dangerous heat will continue to impact portions of the Northwest and Northeast U.S. through this evening. Monsoon showers and thunderstorms may result in flash flooding and debris flows from the Four Corners region into the Great Basin this week. A slow moving cold front will bring heavy thunderstorms which may produce excessive rainfall over the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic through Wednesday. Read More >

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What locations do we serve ?


Our forecast area, or County Warning Area (CWA), is highlighted in the picture below. Our CWA consists of 31 counties in central North Carolina. This area includes the cities of Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and Fayetteville and is home to approximately 4.38 million people.











We are not the only NOAA facility in the region; in fact there are 55 other facilities or locations where NOAA staff members are studying the condition of the atmosphere and ocean in the Carolinas. Visit the NOAA in the Carolinas web site for more information.

There are seven NWS forecast offices that serve North Carolina. The illustration to the right shows all of the NWS forecast offices across the country, including those that serve North Carolina. Click on the offices listed below to go directly to their website: NWS offices around the country - click for details