A quiet weather pattern continues across eastern Carolina. Another cold front pushed through the area Monday afternoon and evening causing a few showers and isolated storms. Drier and slightly cooler air will follow the front for Tuesday and Wednesday. We will undergo a slow warming trend for the latter portion of the week. Afternoon highs will reach the upper 70s Tuesday then warm into the middle 80s by Friday and Saturday. There is little chance for rain until Saturday night or Sunday as another cold front approaches the region.
Hurricane Ingrid made landfall in Mexico on Monday and is weakening. She will still bring heavy rainfall to central Mexico this week. The remnants of Hurricane Humberto regenerated into a tropical storm on Monday. The storm will stay well out to sea and not impact the United States. The tropics should remain quiet for the next few days but could become more active by the weekend and early next week. We'll keep you updated on the latest information.
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