Moderate to heavy rain fell through much of eastern North Carolina on Wednesday as low pressure to our south spread moisture into the area. The rain will move northeast and out of the area overnight with just some leftover drizzle during the morning hours. Another area of low pressure will develop near the coast Thursday afternoon spreading more rain into the area. It is not expected to be as heavy as Wednesday's rainfall with most locations getting about a quarter inch. The rain should finally end Thursday night followed by some clearing Friday and the weekend. There will be a slight risk of a shower both Friday and Saturday but only about a 20% chance. Temperatures will respond to the increasing sunshine with highs in the lower 60s Saturday and middle 60s Sunday.
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