Read More A few showers showing up on radar this AM but not much of that reaching the ground.
After lunchtime our best chance will be in our eastern counties.
That's been evaporating before reaching the surface in many places, but we have seen some ground-level reports of sprinkles and light rain toward the southwest corner of our area, around Wadesboro, Rockingham and Mackall Army Airfield.
We could see some more areas develop occasional sprinkles or light rain as we head through the later morning and into the afternoon, especially south and southeast of the Triangle.
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On the other hand, RDU recorded a trace (less than .01") of snow for both April 7th and April 8th.
Areas south andd east of Raleigh have a better chance of rain at times today, perhaps a 40-50% chance from around Greenville to Goldsboro to Fayetteville and points south and east, while the chances north and west of the Triangle are more in the 10-20% range.
A few showers showing up on radar this AM but not much of that reaching the ground.
Our southern and eastern counties will stay gray and cool through the afternoon.
This view of the Dual Doppler Radar from i Control shows a lack of lower level echoes near the middle of our viewing area.