A slow moving warm front moving north will become nearly stationary across northern North Carolina on Saturday as a cold front crawls our way from the west. Warm and moist air will flow into the area giving us more clouds and the threat for showers. In fact, the chance for showers will likely occur each day into the middle of next week. It will certainly be good news for the wildfire situation in Dare County where over 22,000 acres have burned by Thursday evening. The moisture will also be beneficial for many of the crops that have been recently planted. It is still too early to determine how much rain will fall over the 5 to 6 day period but most communities should see an inch or more before it ends. Longer-range models suggest that we may be heading into summer-like weather by the end of next week as the rain moves out.
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