It appears that the dreary stretch of weather is almost coming to an end. Most areas in eastern North Carolina have not seen the sun since last Monday and some locations may not see it on Saturday. The nor'easter responsible for the nasty weather has been slow to move away from the area. The storm is still pounding the coast with large ocean swells. Coastal erosion was continuing along the North Carolina Outer Banks late Friday. A Coastal Flood Warning is in effect for for the Outer Banks through Saturday morning. The storm will finally move eastward on Saturday and that should lead to clearing skies by Sunday. As skies clear we should see warming temperatures. Most locations will stay in the lower to middle 60s on Saturday but the return of the sun should push temperatures into the lower 70s on Sunday. More nice weather is expected early next week.
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