Clouds and sprinkles will be moving out of eastern North Carolina overnight as high pressure builds into the area. Overnight lows will dip into the 30s before rebounding into the lower 60s Wednesday afternoon. The sunny skies will be short lived since another cold front will approach the region Thursday afternoon. It will bring clouds and a risk for some showers. Clearing skies can be expected for Friday and Saturday. Seasonable temperatures will continue through much of the week.