An updated winter forecast for eastern North Carolina.
The weather pattern will remain tranquil for the next two weeks across eastern North Carolina.
The changing weather pattern should give eastern North Carolina warmer conditions over the next two weeks.
Colder air will filter into eastern North Carolina for Friday through the weekend.
The first frost and freeze should occur within the next month across much of eastern North Carolina.
The National Weather Service expects near normal temperatures for the winter across eastern North Carolina.
A series of cold fronts will bring some chilly air and the risk of frost before the end of October.
Sunny skies can be expected across eastern North Carolina for the weekend.
Another burst of activity from the tropics may occur before the season is over.
Much cooler air will invade eastern North Carolina for the weekend.
Drier conditions are on the way after several days of clouds and showers.
Heavy rain will fall across portions of eastern North Carolina on Friday.
Increasing moisture will bring showers across eastern North Carolina for much of the week.
The Climate Prediction Center is expecting a near normal winter for North Carolina.
It has been another active tropical season across the Atlantic Basin.
Global temperatures continue to show a significant rise over the summer.
Heavy rainfall from Hurricane Irene has ended the drought for much of eastern North Carolina.
Hurricane Irene will impact portions of the Southeast coast late in the week and weekend.
The middle of August marks the beginning of the most active period of the tropical season.
It will be a seasonably warm and generally dry week across eastern North Carolina.
The intense heat will lessen slightly across eastern North Carolina this week.
It has been a hotter than normal summer across eastern North Carolina.
There will be some slight relief from the heat across eastern North Carolina over the next few days.
The 2011 tropical season became rather active during the past week as two storms developed.
A surge of heat will move into eastern North Carolina late this week and weekend.
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