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Hi: 73° Lo: 51°

Feels like 73°F
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 53%

Dewpoint: 55°
Heat Index: 73°
Wind Direction: N
Wind Speed: 6 mph

Sunrise: 07:28:32 am
Sunset: 06:17:45 pm

Mostly Sunny. Highs in the low 70s and lows in the mid 50s.

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Humidity: 61%
Precip: 0%

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Humidity: 77%
Precip: 0%

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Humidity: 87%
Precip: 0%

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Precip: 0%


Hi: 76° Lo: 55

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Cloud cover will be decreasing through the morning hours as a cold front pushes offshore. Most of Friday will be sunny and warm with the temperatures around 70 degrees. Winds will become westerly at 4 to 8 mph .

Skies will continue to stay clear through the evening with temperatures falling into the lower 50s heading towards sunrise on Saturday. No rain is in the forecast for Friday or the weekend. Halloween is also looking clear and calm with highs in the mid 70s with overnight lows in the low 50s.


No tropical activity is expected within the next few days.


Friday: Clouds clearing in the morning. Highs around 70 degrees. Winds out of the west around 10 mph.

Friday Night: Clear and cool with lows in the lower 50s. Winds out of the southwest at 2 to 4 mph.

Saturday: Clear, dry and warm. Highs in the middle 70s. Winds out of the southwest at 4 to 8 mph.


Winds will blow out of the southwest at 7 to 15 knots on Friday. Offshore swells will run 2-3 feet. Waves heights will run 1 foot on the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds.


Thursday's High 77°
Thursday's Low 45º
High Tide (Atlantic Beach) 5:01 am
Low Tide 11:21 am
High Tide 5:23 pm
High Tide (Outer Banks) 4:14 am
Low Tide 10:20 am
High Tide 4:36 pm


8 Day Forecast

Weather Headlines

Updated: 12:29 PM - Clouds will be on their way out through Friday morning as a cold front pushes offshore. Warmer weather is on the way for the weekend.

Updated: 10/20/2016 - As of Thursday morning, all river basins were continuing to fall steadily.

Updated: 10/12/2016 - In Beaufort County on Voa Road, just off U.S. 264, homes are still standing in feet of water, which is why power has not been restored in many of those homes.

Tropics Headlines

Updated: 08/29/2016 - The tropics are quiet now but it won't stay like that forever. As we head into the peak of the season it's important to begin thinking about revisiting or starting your emergency preparedness kit.

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.