The weather pattern across eastern Carolina will be close to normal over the next week across eastern Carolina. Afternoon highs will reach the upper 80s to around 90° with some scattered storms on almost all afternoons and evenings. A cold front will approach the region Wednesday night causing an uptick in activity. The front should push just to our south with some drier air moving in by Friday and Saturday.
Meanwhile, the remnants of what was Tropical Storm Dorian will move into the southeastern Bahamas on Tuesday with gusty winds and showers. The system lost much of the organization it was showing last week when sustained winds reached 60 mph. There is only a slight chance the system will become a tropical storm once again before reaching the Florida coast late in the week. At this point it appears the system will have little or no impact on the area. Otherwise, the tropics look quiet for the next few days.
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