People in North Carolina were paying attention to rising rivers on Tuesday after storms dumped several inches of rain across much of the state — the worst drenching since a damaging hurricane late last year.The state's heaviest rainfall since Hurricane Matthew was threatening flooding along the Neuse River near Clayton and Smithfield, and along the Tar River in Tarboro and Greenville. Gauges in those areas indicate the rivers will crest above flood stage, but several feet below the levels caused by Matthew."We know floodwaters can be deadly and I urge everyone to be cautious...
<p>The severe weather this weekend will follow locally damaging storms from Tuesday night to Wednesday.</p>
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