May 21, 2024

Triad organizations offer free back-to-school health assessments

Triad organizations partner to offer free back-to-school health assessments



MICHELLE, HOW’S THE RADAR LOOKING RIGHT NOW? YEAH, VERY ACTIVE AT THIS HOUR. THOSE THUNDERSTORMS ARE REALLY BEGINNING TO MOVE QUICKLY. RACING OUT OF VIRGINIA INTO NORTH CAROLINA. WE’VE GOT SEVERAL COUNTIES UNDER WARNINGS, AREAS INCLUDED NEAR STUART PATRICK COUNTY AS WE GET YOU INTO SURRY COUNTY, ALSO STOKES COUNTY, THESE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS, UNFORTUNATELY, ARE BEGINNING TO SHOW SOME SIGNS OF ROTATION, TOO. SO WE’RE WATCHING FOR ANY POSSIBILITY OF ISOLATED TORNADOES ALONG WITH DAMAGING WIND GUSTS. RURAL HALL 641. WE’RE EXPECTING THAT THUNDERSTORM TO REALLY BE OVERHEAD THERE. ALSO YADKINVILLE ABOUT 707 721 FOR WINSTON-SALEM, AT LEAST AT THE CURRENT RATES AND SPEEDS WITH THESE STORMS, THEY’RE MOVING BETWEEN 25 TO 30 MILES AN HOUR. YOU CAN SEE LOTS OF LIGHTNING. SO THIS IS THE ZONE HERE THAT IS REALLY INTENSIFYING AT THIS HOUR. WE ALSO HAVE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNINGS FOR SOUTHERN AND WESTERN WILKES COUNTY RIGHT NOW, ALSO COMING OUT OF WATAUGA COUNTY. THESE THUNDERSTORMS ARE GOING TO CONTINUE TO FIRE UP. LOTS OF LIGHTNING HERE. THIS INDICATES IT’S STRENGTHENING. IT ALSO INDICATES WE MAY BE GETTING SOME INTENSE RAINFALL ON THE GROUND. SO SOME LOCALIZED FLOODING AND PONDING OF THE ROADWAYS MAY BE POSSIBLE. WE’RE ALSO LOOKING AT SOME OF THOSE WINDS OUT THERE STARTING TO INTENSIFY BETWEEN PILOT MOUNTAIN AND AS WE GET YOU SOUTH AND EAST OUT TOWARD DANBURY, WE’RE GOING TO BE WATCHING FOR ANY POSSIBILITIES OF WINDS REACHING THE GROUND IN THE FORM OF EITHER STRAIGHT LINE WINDS OF 60 MILES AN HOUR OR MORE OR THE POSSIBILITY OF ISOLATED TORNADOES. SO THIS IS REALLY THE TIME TO BE SEEKING SHELTER IF YOU’RE IN THE WARNED AREAS. AND OF COURSE, IT HAS HAD A HISTORY OF PRODUCING LOTS OF WIND OUT THERE. WE’RE GOING TO TAKE A CLOSER LOOK AT DAMAGE REPORTS AND WATCHING THIS LINE COMING UP, TEMPERATURES TODAY RIGHT NOW SITTING STILL IN THE 90S FOR FOLKS IN BURLINGTON UNDER THAT HEAT ADVISORY. WE’RE GOING TO HAVE MUCH MORE FOR YOU COMING UP. THANKS, MICHELLE. NOW MAKE SURE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE READY FOR ANY WEATHER ALERT. GET ACCESS TO UPDATED FORECASTS FROM OUR WEATHER TEAM AS WELL AS A LIST OF COOLING STATIONS AROUND THE TRIAD RIGHT NOW ON THE WXII 12 NEWS APP AND WEBSITE. AND TO GREENSBORO NOW WHERE A PERSON WAS KILLED WHILE CROSSING THE ROAD JUST AFTER 1010 LAST NIGHT. OFFICERS WENT TO CREEK RIDGE ROAD NEAR THE US 220 SOUTH OFF RAMP. 44 YEAR OLD MICKEY OSBORNE WAS GOING WEST AND AT THE SAME TIME, A PEDESTRIAN 27 YEAR OLD MONTEL WILLIAMS WAS CROSSING THE WESTBOUND LANES OF CREEK RIDGE ROAD. OSBORNE HIT WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS DIED AT THE SCENE. NOW POLICE CHARGED OSBORNE WITH DRIVING WHILE IMPAIRED AND AN ICONIC STAPLE OF WINSTON-SALEM IS LOOKING A LOT DIFFERENT THIS WEEKEND. TODAY, THE NEW TRULIANT LOGO IS GOING UP ON THE FORMER WINSTON TOWER. THE CHANGE OF SIGNAGE AT ONE OF THE DOWNTOWN’S MOST ICONIC SKYSCRAPERS COMES AFTER TRULIANT CREDIT UNION BOUGHT THE NAMING RIGHTS TO THE BUILDING. THE LOGO WILL CHANGE FROM BLUE DURI

Triad organizations partner to offer free back-to-school health assessments

In North Carolina, proof of health assessment is required within 30 days of enrollment, in order for children to avoid being suspended from school. Because of this, the Guilford County Division of Public Health, High Point University’s Physician Assistant Program and Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine are conducting back-to-school health assessments, completely free!For parents interested in scheduling an appointment or to learn more information, call 336-641-6720.

In North Carolina, proof of health assessment is required within 30 days of enrollment, in order for children to avoid being suspended from school.

Because of this, the Guilford County Division of Public Health, High Point University’s Physician Assistant Program and Triad Adult and Pediatric Medicine are conducting back-to-school health assessments, completely free!

For parents interested in scheduling an appointment or to learn more information, call 336-641-6720.

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