A strong surge of warm air will continue to move into eastern North Carolina overnight and Thursday. There is a slight risk of shower overnight but clearing skies will take place by early Thursday. Sunshine and southwesterly winds will bump temperatures into the middle 70s inland and upper 60s along the beaches. Warm conditions will continue through Friday but a strong cold front will bring a chance for showers and a possible thunderstorm by the afternoon. Clearing and cooler conditions will take place over the weekend.