NWS radar Thursday morning exhibits rain beginning to fill in throughout the area.A triple menace of energetic climate is forecast for the Outer Banks, with a number of methods combining to carry us moist, then windy and wavy climate all the way in which into early subsequent week.After plodding throughout the Gulf Coast of Alabama and the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday, the remnants of Hurricane Sally are forecast to carry reasonable to heavy rainfall to japanese North Carolina beginning Thursday afternoon.The Nationwide Climate Service has issued a flash flood look ahead to all of northeastern North Carolina by Friday morning.Just a few thunderstorms might develop into sturdy to extreme, producing damaging wind gusts with remoted tornadoes doable this afternoon and night.On Friday, a chilly entrance will transfer in to comb out the remainder of Sally earlier than stalling offshore, abandoning sturdy onshore winds and cooler temperatures.Coupled with swells from distant Main Hurricane Teddy and better than regular tides, each will mix to create the potential for seaside erosion and overwash into early subsequent week. An elevated rip present threat can be forecast to proceed because of the winds and waves.The entrance is predicted to lastly draw back, and it’ll doubtless really feel like fall of forward of the Autumnal Equinox on Tuesday.Nationwide Climate Service forecast for Nags Head, as of Thursday 9 a.m.:TodayShowers and thunderstorms doubtless earlier than 2pm, then showers and probably a thunderstorm between 2pm and 3pm, then rain and probably a thunderstorm after 3pm. Among the storms might produce heavy rainfall. Excessive close to 79. East wind 10 to 14 mph. Likelihood of precipitation is 90%. New rainfall quantities between a half and three quarters of an inch doable.TonightRain and probably a thunderstorm earlier than 1am, then rain and thunderstorms after 1am. Among the storms might produce heavy rainfall. Low round 76. Southeast wind 10 to 14 mph, with gusts as excessive as 18 mph. Likelihood of precipitation is 90%. New rainfall quantities between 1 and a pair of inches doable.FridayRain and thunderstorms earlier than 1pm, then showers doubtless, primarily between 1pm and 3pm. Among the storms might produce heavy rainfall. Excessive close to 79. Breezy, with a southwest wind 9 to 14 mph changing into north 19 to 24 mph within the afternoon. Winds might gust as excessive as 30 mph. Likelihood of precipitation is 90%. New rainfall quantities between three quarters and one inch doable.Friday NightA probability of showers earlier than 9pm, then an opportunity of rain after 9pm. Cloudy, with a low round 67. Windy, with a north wind round 31 mph, with gusts as excessive as 37 mph. Likelihood of precipitation is 50%. New precipitation quantities between a tenth and quarter of an inch doable.SaturdayA probability of rain, primarily earlier than 9am. Largely cloudy, with a excessive close to 74. Windy, with a northeast wind 28 to 30 mph, with gusts as excessive as 41 mph. Likelihood of precipitation is 40%. New precipitation quantities of lower than a tenth of an inch doable.Saturday NightA slight probability of rain. Largely cloudy, with a low round 66. Windy. Likelihood of precipitation is 20%.SundayMostly cloudy, with a excessive close to 72. Windy.Sunday NightMostly cloudy, with a low round 62. Windy.MondayPartly sunny, with a excessive close to 70. Windy.Monday NightMostly cloudy, with a low round 64. Windy.TuesdayMostly sunny, with a excessive close to 72. Breezy.Tuesday NightPartly cloudy, with a low round 67. Breezy.WednesdaySunny, with a excessive close to 73.