Get ready for a taste of summer on Sunday...as unseasonably warm air surges up from the gulf coast. We're going to see temperatures in the 70's once areas of fog and low clouds burn off. It appears readings will be warmest inland...away from the cooler Atlantic. Along the beaches temperatures will be in the upper 60's and lower 70's. It will feel more like June rather than the new year. A cold front moving through the region late Sunday night into early Monday with result in a period of showers beginning Sunday night and lasting into early Monday. It will be a bit cooler as the front clears eastern Carolina. We'll see highs in the lower and mid 60's Monday through Wednesday..still well above the average highs which are in the lower 50's. So 2008 ends on a quiet note for eastern Carolina...and as of now New Years Eve looks quiet and chilly. The new year will start on a cooler note..after all it will be January. The next chance for rain comes in on Friday.
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