Heavy rainfall is possible across portions of eastern North Carolina this weekend. A stationary front across South Carolina will begin to move northward as a warm front by late Saturday. At the same time a cold front will be moving eastward from Tennessee into western North Carolina. The combination of fronts and warm, moist air will bring lots of clouds and the potential of heavy rainfall by Saturday night into Sunday morning. The rain should finally come to an end by Sunday afternoon followed by warm and dry conditions into Monday. After the rain ends it appears we'll see a prolonged period of beautiful fall weather. Our first real taste of autumnal temperatures will occur Tuesday through the end of next week with highs in the 70s for highs and lows in the 50s.
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