The remnants of Hurricane Sandy were moving into southeastern Canada Wednesday evening. The storm continued to bring some clouds to eastern Carolina on Wednesday. The clouds will gradually clear out of the area during the overnight allowing overnight lows to dip into the upper 30s in most inland communities. Some patchy frost is possible well inland but most area should remain a bit too warm. There will be lots of sunshine with highs topping out near 60° for Thursday and the end of the week. There is little or no chance for rain through at least Saturday.