A strong cold front will push rapidly through eastern North Carolina Tuesday morning. We'll see some showers and possible strong thunderstorms, with some severe weather possible. The main threat is for strong gusty winds that could be damaging. Isolated tornadoes are also a possibility. The cold front will race off the coast by early afternoon ending the rain threat. Clearing and much cooler air will follow the front with temperatures dropping into the lower 60s during the afternoon. Most locations will see lows dipping into the middle to upper 30s by Wednesday morning. Sunshine will return Wednesday through the end of the week with a warming trend beginning by Thursday.
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