RT @NWSEastern: Two dozen high temperature records for March 26th were broken or tied across the Eastern US today. https://t.co/Ru3n8X9YFE



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RT @NWSRaleigh: An approaching cold front will bring the threat of severe thunderstorms Sunday afternoon and evening. The main impacts include damaging winds, isolated tornadoes, and hail. #NCwx https://t.co/giCsEQsBR1



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RT @NWS_BaltWash: After a seasonable day, the first full night of astronomical Spring will be chilly, thanks to dry air, clear skies and light winds. However, a warming trend starting Sunday will keep the upcoming week on the plus side of normal. https://t.co/wMaI5fEnrU



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RT @NWSRaleigh: Preliminary NWS Tornado damage survey revealed a tornadic storm near Whitsett, NC near the Guilford and Alamance county line. The tornado was on the ground intermittently for approximately 5 min. Additional investigation will take place through the day today into tomorrow. #NCwx https://t.co/P5Zv874vzh



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RT @NWSRaleigh: Preliminary NWS Tornado damage survey revealed a tornadic storm near High Point, NC. This circulation remained on the ground for ~5 min. Additional investigation will take place through the day today into tomorrow. #NCwx https://t.co/GQeINRsrxY



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RT @NWSWakefieldVA: A survey team has confirmed that an EF-0 tornado with maximum winds of 85 mph touched town in the Town of Walters at 9:27 PM last night, and was on the ground for 4 miles before lifting at 9:31 PM. Additional details can be found at: https://t.co/nu9ZGZvwEN



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RT @NWSWakefieldVA: Good afternoon! Here is a map of the area near Walters, VA (in Isle of Wight County) where the tornado touched down with points denoting where tornado damage was observed. Again, it was an EF-0 with max winds estimated at 85 mph that was on the ground for 4 miles. https://t.co/2b85k2bfBH



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RT @NWSWakefieldVA: [9:25 AM] Rain is starting to change over to wet snow in western portions of the area. A brief period of wet snow is possible across much of VA later this morning-early afternoon. No impacts are expected but a coating on grassy surfaces is possible. #vawx https://t.co/iuW4q9kQgG



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RT @NWSRaleigh: Here are some alternate ways to receive warnings for your area! Always have multiple ways to receive severe weather alerts! https://t.co/JbVLMKCGts



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