Temperatures reaching 90° or higher are over for a while as more typical spring weather moves in. A cold front will dip into the area overnight cooling temperatures to more seasonable levels on Thursday. By Friday and the weekend another cold front will move into North Carolina but this front will stall over the state. The location of the front will cause more cloud cover and an increasing risk of shower activity. The weekend will certainly not be that wet but there will be an ever present risk of showers Saturday into the first of the week. Temperatures will stay warm but will not be nearly as hot as earlier in the week. Most locations will reach the lower to middle 80s over the weekend, except middle to upper 70s near the beaches.
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