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Hi: 70° Lo: 55°

Feels like 55°F
Precipitation: 60%
Humidity: 100%

Dewpoint: 55°
Heat Index: 55°
Wind Direction: ENE
Wind Speed: 7 mph

Sunrise: 07:15:30 am
Sunset: 05:26:50 pm

Thunderstorms. A few storms may be severe. Low 54F. Winds ENE at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 80%.

10 PM


Humidity: 100%
Precip: 60%

11 PM


Humidity: 99%
Precip: 70%

12 AM


Humidity: 94%
Precip: 60%

1 AM


Humidity: 96%
Precip: 50%

2 AM


Humidity: 95%
Precip: 60%

3 AM


Humidity: 92%
Precip: 70%


Hi: 65° Lo: 47

Hi: 62° Lo: 44

Hi: 69° Lo: 51

Hi: 63° Lo: 40

Hi: 50° Lo: 39

Hi: 48° Lo: 30

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Despite the cloudy skies, highs will be nearly 20° above our seasonal average. Showers will be off and on through the day as we say good bye to one low pressure system and hello to another. The second low pressure system will bring a strong cold front to the east, and with temps that far above average, a potential for severe weather will be in the forecast overnight.

Severe weather chances will be greatest after 7pm and through midnight. Strong winds and heavy downpours are the greatest threats. An isolated tornado or hail can't be ruled out. Once the front clears the area early Monday morning, the threat of severe weather will be done however a few light showers will remain over the area.


Sunday: Light to moderate showers early turning to stronger storms after sunset. Highs near 70° with southerly winds at 6-12 mph.

Sunday Night: Stormy with a chance of severe weather late. Lows in the low 50s with winds out of the south at 6 to 12 mph.


Winds will blow from the south at 7 to 15 knots through Sunday. Offshore swells from 2 to 5 feet. Waves heights will run around 1 foot on the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.


Saturday's High 59°
Saturday's Low 49º
High Tide (Atlantic Beach) 10:06 am
Low Tide 4:44 pm
High Tide 10:33 pm
High Tide (Outer Banks) 9:19 am
Low Tide 3:43 pm
High Tide 9:46 pm


8 Day Forecast

Weather Headlines

Updated: 6:18 PM - An incoming frontal system that has already produced severe weather through states along the Gulf Coast will be arriving in Eastern Carolina Sunday night.

Updated: 6:18 PM - Temps will be nearly 20° above our seasonal average by Sunday afternoon, creating a potential for storms overnight.

Updated: 8:04 PM - Violent storms are already to blame for killing 18 people in the Southeast. and it is continued to inflict destruction moving north to ENC.

Tropics Headlines

Posted: 10/09/2016 - Matthew is well off the North Carolina coast. Impacts are still being felt. River flooding is a threat.

Updated: 10/10/2016 - City Manager Bobby Roberson says electricity was being restored in phases, and some areas still won't have power until Tuesday.

Updated: 10/09/2016 - Governor Pat McCrory said there are no planned dam releases in the state because of high water.