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CBS 17 Storm Team Could Issue ‘Alert Day’ Sunday Night Into Monday With Severe Weather Expected

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RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The CBS 17 Storm Team is planning to issue an “Alert Day”, emphasizing severe or hazardous weather, if the forecasted weather patterns hold into the later hours on Sunday.

While Sunday started out mild with rain moving into central North Carolina, threats of storms with gusty winds and flash flooding are currently in store for Sunday night.

That, combined with quickly-dropping temperatures, almost near freezing, could produce snow into the early hours on Monday morning and could see a chance of black ice.


Storms for Sunday, watching for snow Monday morning

Although, as of Sunday afternoon, meteorologist Rachel Duensing said she thinks the majority of accumulation should avoid roadways and mainly stick to grassy and elevated surfaces.

The overnight low is currently projected to drop down to 35 with winds to the northeast at approximately 10 to 15 miles per hour after midnight, that could reach as high as 30 miles per hour.

Monday will start with the rain and snow before sun is expected to show itself again in the afternoon. While the wind gusts remain exactly the same, the high could reach up to 42 degrees.

Original Article: cbs17.com

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Mercy’s Gynecologic Oncologists on Cervical Health Awareness

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Gender Bias in Lab Groups Not Rooted in Personal Preference

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Gender bias in physics labs – where women typically work more on the computer and on communication tasks, while men more often handle equipment – is not rooted in personal preference, according to new Cornell research.

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Norway to Host Talks With Taliban on Afghan Aid and Human Rights

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ISLAMABAD – Norway said Friday that Taliban delegates, Afghan civil society representatives and officials from “a number of allied countries” will gather in Oslo next week for three days of talks on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan and human rights.

Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi will lead the Taliban team at the dialogue starting Sunday, his office in Kabul said.

“They are scheduled to

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