More rain is on the way to eastern North Carolina. A developing area of low pressure in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico will move northeast along the coast late tonight and early Wednesday. In addition, a strong cold front will push into the area Wednesday afternoon before finally clearing our skies by Thursday and the weekend. Total rainfall is expected to average around 1 inch with locally heavier amounts. We could see some strong or possibly severe thunderstorms late tonight and early Wednesday. The most likely area to see severe weather would be along and east of Highway 17. Highs will hit the upper 70s Wednesday before the cooler air arrives.
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