Aug 24, 2012
For the second straight week, Mother Nature threatens to postpone high school football games in North Carolina.
A storm system will move into North Carolina from Georgia during the day on Friday, bringing with it a chance of rain and storms.
"It's a lot more vigorous than the models were picking up," WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said Thursday evening.
Maze said the best chance of rain will be in the eastern part of the viewing area.
"Tomorrow we're talking about a lot of cloud cover, and if you're watching from along and east of I-95, you have a pretty good shot at getting wet," Maze said. "Here in the Triangle we may not see a lot of rain, but we'll have a lot of cloud cover and that should keep temperatures down."
The chance of rain sticks around on Saturday.
HighSchoolOT.com will track statewide postponements during the day on Friday. To report a postponement or game change, send an e-mail to email@example.com or call (919) 821-8660.
Creswell @ Southside - Monday, 7:00 PM
East Bladen @ East Columbus - Monday, 7:30 PM
Holmes @ Riverside-Martin - Saturday, 7:00 PM
North Brunswick @ Trask - Saturday, 7:00 PM
North Pitt @ South Creek - Saturday, 7:00 PM
Northside-Pinetown @ Pamlico - Monday, 6:00 PM
Seventy-First @ Hoggard - Saturday, 4:00 PM
Socastee (SC) @ West Brunswick - Saturday, 4:00 PM
South Lenoir @ Kinston - Monday, 6:00 PM
South Robeson @ West Bladen - Saturday, 6:00 PM
Southwest Onslow @ Jacksonville - Saturday, 7:00 PM
Union @ Laney - Saturday, 7:30 PM
West Carteret @ Swansboro - Monday, 7:30 PM
White Oak @ Richlands - Saturday, 7:00 PM