...THE URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL
915 PM EST FOR EASTERN FORSYTH...EASTERN DAVIDSON...RANDOLPH AND
AT 841 PM EST, DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED THAT THE HEAVIEST RAIN HAS
SHIFTED EAST OF THE AREA. HOWEVER... PERIODS OF HEAVY RAIN ARE
EXPECTED TO DEVELOP BACK OVER THE REGION FROM THE WEST THROUGH 915
PM. URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOODING REMAINS A POSSIBILITY ESPECIALLY
IN THE CITY OF GREENSBORO. UP TO ONE INCH OF RAIN HAS ALREADY FALLEN.
SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE FLOODING INCLUDE...
GREENSBORO, HIGH POINT, ASHEBORO, RANDLEMAN, NORTH CAROLINA ZOO,
THOMASVILLE, KERNERSVILLE, SEAGROVE, MCLEANSVILLE AND ARCHDALE.
BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN IT IS HARDER TO RECOGNIZE THE
DANGERS OF FLOODING.
Democratic presidential candidates from left, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., participate during a Democratic presidential primary debate Thursday, Dec. 19, 2019, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
WASHINGTON (AP) — Tuesday marks the last time the leading Democratic presidential contenders will face a national audience on the debate stage before primary voting begins, making it the most significant moment of the 2020 primary season to date.
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The prime-time faceoff comes just 20 days before Iowa's caucuses as polls suggest the nomination is truly up for grabs. Heading in, there were new signs of tension among all the top-tier candidates, particularly Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. If ever there was a time for the six contenders on stage to take the gloves off, this is it.
Six big questions heading into the Des Moines debate, to be carried live on CNN:
1. Is the Democratic Party about to explode?
2. Is it Bernie's turn for the front-runner treatment?