In the storms, there could be quarter sized hail and 60 mph winds, according to forecasters.
The WC-130J and NOAA G-IV aircraft were on display for the public to tour.
Hurricane force winds greater than 74 mph can easily destroy buildings, mobile homes and other structures.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will bring their USAF Reserve WC-130J Hurricane Hunter aircraft and its G-IV aircraft to…
“We want the family life to go on with as much normalcy as we can,” said the group’s executive director.
Many roads in central North Carolina remain closed due to flooding as heavy rain fell throughout the area for two solid days.
According to the data, the most rain fell in Wake County with more than 8 inches in some areas.
In Yadkinville, an unoccupied car was found off the roadway in flooded water around 6:40 a.m.
Rainfall totals ranging from 3 to 5 inches will be possible in the watch area through Tuesday morning, with locally higher amounts possible.
The flood watch is for all counties in the CBS North Carolina viewing area.