Drier and warmer weather sets in

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A Flood Warning is still in effect for parts of central North Carolina, mainly from the Triangle eastward. There are dozens of roads still under water or damaged, causing road closures in the warning area.
A Flood Warning was extended for several central North Carolina counties until late Wednesday morning as heavy rain fell through the morning and flooding continued Tuesday night.
The counties still under a flood warning until 11:30 a.m. Wednesday are Wayne, Nash, southern Granville, Wake, Johnston, Wilson and Durham.
Flood warnings have been extended past 11:30 a.m. in Orange (2:45 a.m. Thursday), Franklin (12 a.m. Friday) and Edgecombe (until further notice) counties.
The Tar River is expected to crest above flood stage on Thursday in Rocky Mount; and on Friday in Tarboro. The Neuse River is expected to crest above flood stage on Wednesday and will crest in Goldsboro on Sunday. The Cape Fear River in

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