A strong low pressure system continues to move away from the coast and pushing out into the Atlantic. Winds will remain breezy, but will decrease through the evening. The rain will be light and isolated. We'll stay dry through the rest of the week.
Cold temps will be the story over the coming days with highs in the mid 40s Tuesday, dipping to the upper 30s and low 40s from Wednesday right through the upcoming weekend. Some lows will be in the 20s. Fortunately, no storms are on the horizon at this time.
A coastal flood warning will remain in effect for the Outer Banks and Carteret counties through 11 a.m. Tuesday.
With 4 to 6 inches of rain over the last 4 days, most rivers across eastern North Carolina will be running in a minor flood stage over the next several days. Significant flooding is not expected along the rivers, but some lowland flooding will be possible in a few locations.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy and colder. Highs will reach the mid 40s with westerly winds at 10 to 20 mph. Wind chills: Mid 30s.
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear skies and cold. Lows will cool to the middle 20s with a west wind at 8 to 12 mph.
Wednesday: Mostly clear skies and cold. Highs in the low 40s with westerly winds at 10 to 15 mph. Wind chills: Low 30s.
Winds turn to the northwest on Monday, blowing at 25 to 30 knots in the morning, dipping to 15 by the afternoon. Swells will dip from 8 to 4 feet offshore and 3 to 1 foot on the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.
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