Severe weather threat
The winds in and immediately around Mebane continue to suggest they’ll be from the north during Sally’s passage
This isn’t true for other parts of NC, including parts of the triangle
The picture is one model’s view of what the environment will be like very early Friday morning
The line I drew (in blue), separates a muggy tropical airmass (the “oranger” colors) with dew points in the mid-upper 70s with drier, less energetically dynamic mid 60s.
The blue line represents a convergence of wind & energy, where this line ends up will effect just what sort of conditions we will see, places along and to the east / southeast of this feature will have a slight to perhaps moderate risk of tornadoes
At the moment this line remains south then later, east, of Mebane
For those in the Triangle, stay weather aware, if a warning is issued protect yourself from the winds by going to an interior room on the lowest floor …
This system moves out late Friday for a glorious fall-like weekend!