7 Day Forecast
Snow flurries blow down on Triangle
The tail end of the storm battering mid-Atlantic gave us one last taste of winter weather Saturday.
Some parts of the Triangle saw cold drizzle change over to snow flurries around mid-afternoon.
There were concerns of flooding Saturday as portions of central and eastern North Carolina were under flood watches and warnings after all the rain Friday.
However, a lot of the water receded by evening.
Raleigh city officials issued a statement warning hikers and bikers near the Greenway Trail of potential standstill water and dangerous debris.
Residential areas like the Brook Hill Apartments on Dana Drive in Raleigh have seen the threat of flooding before. Just last fall, residents evacuated - some were even rescued - after Walnut Creek crested its boundaries.
7 day forecast
- Photos: Oklahoma tornado aftermath
- First Alert Doppler XP
- LIVE North Carolina Weather Radar
- Like ABC11 on Facebook
- High School coach arrested on sex charge
- NC House panel looking at public school grant bill
- NC NAACP protests reach highest arrest count yet
- Frightening moments for family with Okla. ties
- Hazmat situation at Raleigh apt. complex
- Police search for shooting suspect
- Man shot in neck in Raleigh
- NC Senate budget plan heavy on Medicaid spending
- Prosecution rests in Abaroa murder trial
- Woman accused of poisoning family