A surge of warm but dry air will kick temperatures well into the 60s across Eastern North Carolina on Friday. Skies will remain sunny with winds increasing out of the southwest at 6 to 13 mph during the afternoon. By Friday night a dry cold front will move into the area bringing a few clouds but nothing more than sprinkles at best. By Saturday temperatures will drop into the lower 50s for afternoon highs despite partly sunny skies. By Sunday clouds will be on the increase and showers should follow by evening. It will warm into the upper 50s on Sunday and we could hit the middle to upper 60s by Monday as another cold front moves into the area.