Early Rain Then Clearing On Saturday

Clouds and the threat of light rain will persist across eastern North Carolina through this morning. A developing area of low pressure along the North Carolina coast early today will move rapidly to the northeast during the afternoon. Any rain should end in most sections by late morning followed by some clearing later in the day. Temperatures could hit the 60s near the coast early in the day before dropping back into the 50s during the afternoon. Inland communities should see highs holding mostly in the lower to middle 50s.

A Freeze Watch is in effect for Edegecombe, Nash and Halifax counties for late Saturday night and early Sunday as lows may dip to around freezing in those areas. Elsewhere, there could be some frost along and west of Highway 17 early Sunday as lows fall to the middle to upper 30s.

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  • by Thomas Location: New Jersey on Oct 29, 2011 at 10:52 PM
    Let it snow and get cold and ice on the ponds. I want to play Ice Hockey.
  • by MADDOG 91 Location: U.S.A. on Oct 29, 2011 at 04:40 AM
    I am putting this up here not because I care about the Rain.Let it rain I am here to let you know and for anyone who reads it.I am BACK and I will be making comments and I will tell it like it is .Witn may not put some of my comments up here but I will still say what I feel.There hads been some people up here that wanted to use my name but there is only one real MADDOG,,,I am 100% RED NECK and so proud of it. Get Ready N.C. the real deal is Back.Thank you and lots of LOVE ----MADDOG 91
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      by Oh yeah on Oct 29, 2011 at 05:58 AM in reply to MADDOG 91
      Bring it on MADDOG 91. Welcome back.

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