Bill Reh, CBS 17

Bill Reh

CBS 17

Raleigh, NC, United States

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ALERT DAY FRIDAY: Severe storms possible

The main concern is currently damaging wind with an isolated tornado possible. β†’ Read More

ALERT DAY: Severe storms move through Saturday morning

There is also a small chance of light rain, or even snow flurries, north of the Triangle Saturday afternoon as some leftover moisture quickly moves through on the backside of the system. β†’ Read More

Severe storms possible early Saturday then freezing temperatures by early Sunday

Lows Sunday morning will drop all the way into the mid to lower 20s, giving the entire area freezing temperatures. β†’ Read More

🌨️Snow timeline: When, how much will fall in the Raleigh area

A cold front will move through late Friday night and by that time, the atmosphere will cool enough to support snow. β†’ Read More

6 central NC counties getting 2nd round of brine ahead of Friday’s snow, ice – are you impacted?

The NCDOT said Edgecombe, Halifax, Johnston, Nash, Wayne and Wilson counties are getting another round of brine Friday along I-95, US-64, US-301 and US-264 despite being pre-treated both Wednesday and Thursday. β†’ Read More

ALERT DAY: Snowstorm to arrive in central NC Friday afternoon, up to 5β€³ of snow possible

Look for snow to break out mid-afternoon between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. with areas south of the Triangle having sleet and some freezing rain. Those areas will transition to only snow by early evening. β†’ Read More

LIST: Central NC school districts closed Friday ahead of snow, ice

Several school districts across the central part of our state have already announced that they will be closed on Friday, ahead of expected snow and ice. β†’ Read More

Cold front brings rain Thursday, up to 4 inches of snow to central NC Friday

Thursday morning forecast models continue to show signs the area of low pressure bringing the snow Friday is shifting farther east. This shift to the east will also take the snow slightly east. β†’ Read More

Winter storm watch issued as some parts of central NC could see up to 6β€³ of snow

Some parts of central North Carolina, including Raleigh, could see up to 6 inches of snow by the time the storm moves out. β†’ Read More

Potential for several inches of snow for central NC later this week

What we get will all depend on where an area of low pressure sets up along a passing cold front coming through Thursday. β†’ Read More

ALERT DAY: Central NC now at risk level 4 out of 5 for severe thunderstorms Thursday

Strong to severe thunderstorms will be likely in the afternoon and evening hours with the main threats being widespread damaging winds and large hail. Isolated tornadoes are also possible. β†’ Read More

ALERT DAY: Significant ice accumulation possible in portions of the Triangle Thursday

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning and a Winter Weather Advisory for Thursday due to the potential for significant ice accumulation. β†’ Read More

Areas north of Triangle could see freezing rain Friday; Triangle could get up to 2β€³ of rain

While there’s a big question whether or not any spots in central North Carolina see any icy precipitation, there’s little doubt that it’s going to be a wet weekend in the viewing area. β†’ Read More

State Farmers Market hosts annual Strawberry Day

Suzi Strawberry had her picture taken with kids and parents while everyone was enjoying the free strawberry ice cream. β†’ Read More

Ham radio operators spring into action when weather becomes dangerous

Ham operators come from all walks of life and for many reasons. β†’ Read More

NC Museum of Art preps for 'Art in Bloom' fundraiser

There are more than 50 floral interpretations of art pieces (paintings and sculptures) in the Museum's West Building. β†’ Read More

Don't be scared! Mud daubers love eating spiders and aren't aggressive

Mud daubers use their stingers to paralyze spiders for food. β†’ Read More

Despite their beauty, Bradford Pears are an invasive species

Not all plants are pollinated by honey bees - Bradford Pears are pollinated by flies. β†’ Read More

Copperheads spotted early in the Triangle due to the wet weather

Our winter has been wet and wet weather can drive snakes out of their homes if threatened with flooding. β†’ Read More

Controlled burn source of smoke seen near Reedy Creek Road

These burns are usually done late in the winter before animals and plants become more active. β†’ Read More