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Saturday, January 23, 2010

The NWS is suggesting a pretty good chance for some t-storms to fire off in the South. Eastern NC looks to be in a better position than western NC though. Apparently anyone along and east of I-85 will need to watch out for some strong storms. Some could edge towards severe. You can pretty much rule out hail with any storms here in NC, as instability levels won't be sufficient enough for cloud tops to tap into cold air for hail production. Mainly high winds and HEAVY rain with these t-storms. Fishing will go downhill from here on out. 2-3 inches of rain with locally higher amounts added on top of the recent rainfall is enough to make some rivers rage. The Davidson River is currently flowing at 235 cfs (average to date is 155 cfs). By Sunday night/Monday the "D" will be WELL above a manageable 235 cfs. If you're out on a lake or up in the mountains on a stream keep an eye to the sky and be wary of the water levels. Don't hold that fly rod to high!!!

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