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an active night. new one is issued. thank you for joining us i'm debra morgan. >> let's get right to chief meteorologist for more. >> reporter: this moment as of 11:00 and 25 seconds all warnings have expired. does not mean that can not be anymore but for this brief any. that does not mean well are not there. let's show you what the big picture looks like and we will zoom in on the areas. quite a bit of loud to ground lightning with all of the storms, i am going to zoom in the region here where it is you can see one here over eastern wake county quite a bit more in franklin county where the latest warning expired and still more very, very dense cloud-to-ground activity up here moving into hallifax county. looks like we will continue -- halifax county. looks like we will continue to see it.
of the way out to salem. until that area gets through we can not be completely done with the thunderstorm threat nothing in the 4:00 hour and then started to pick up warnings north and west of the triangle and new activity southwest of the troy age -- triangle. then the latest one, frank len county going good-bye. here is the bigger view, once we get rid of the storms, that will be in. all of this due to the rotating well on the water vapor now moving into west virginia. once that upper level system moves away later tonight our weather should quiet down more and should be no problem for the morning rush hour. for now, things are okay. there is still a potential for the warnings if that happens over the next feign minutes we will let you know. if not, we will see in 15 >> okay. thank you. updates and notecasion if a
your home. it is available for apple use annuals. >> polls open in north carolina in 7 hours, the candidates from both parties are pushing hard to win over undecided voters before the primary. that inclouds democrat hillary clinton who was in charlotte for a rally tonight. owens joins us live, adam? >> reporter: you will have to take my word for it. the rally took place earlier. you can see the cleanup operation is underway right now. this was clinton's last big push for the all important vote tomorrow. it was a late night rally for this campaign. >> reporter: now, gathering around the coal center in charlotte. clinton says the economy does better when a democrat is president. she talked about when her husband was president. before she left she asked
this state. >> the primary tomorrow is critical in this election season. northcarolina has a really important role to play. not only in the primary but then in the general election. i am -- [cheers and applause] -- i am asking for your support, i would be honored to receive it, i hope to be your nominee and then i will ... [cheers and applause] >> she is in friendly territory. she has a sizeable lead over sanders in this state according to a wral news poll. earlier this evening i spoke with a voter. he attended a sanders rally earlier. he attended clinton's rally. just now he says he is still on
here is what he told me. hillary had substance to what she is talking about and how. >> were you one of those making your mind up? >> yes. i was still making my mind up. going to the polls making my mind up. as you can see how close things can be. voter to voter. again, a lot of energy in this room. everyone is now packing things up. we will see if this kind of momentum -- if this energy translates into votes tomorrow. back to you. >> adam owens live in charlotte, back to you. new tonight, the sheriff's office decided not to file charges against donald trump after one of his supporters punched a protester at a rally last week. the deputies were leading the demonstrator out of the coliseum when a man punched a pres e e. -yeagrch c
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. please, please, welcome, welcome, welcome. guys, welcome to "the tonight show"! this is it! [ cheers and applause ] you made it. this is it. oh, feels good to see you. hot show tonight. i'm your ht, jimmy fallon and i want to warn everyone to not get too rowdy or donald trump might cancel the show. [ light laughter ] yeah, things are getting crazy. at a rally over the weekend, donald trump was surrounded by secret service agents after a a man tried to rush the stage. the secret service said the man was dangerous and disturbed, but they had to protect him