Wet & Mild Tuesday; Cooler Air To Follow

By: Marvin Daugherty, Jim Howard, Phillip Williams
By: Marvin Daugherty, Jim Howard, Phillip Williams

An area of low pressure is moving quickly by eastern Carolina this afternoon. Rain will come to an end from west to east late Tuesday. Rainfall amounts should average around 1/4-1/2 inch in most locations inland with around an inch or two along the coast. Skies will clear tonight which will lead to some fog forming before sunrise.

A strong cold front will sweep through eastern Carolina Wednesday night followed by much colder air for Thursday. A few sprinkles or flurries may fall briefly after the front pushes offshore within a couple of hours of sunrise Thursday, but significant precipitation is not expected during the latter portion of the week. Afternoon highs near 61° Tuesday afternoon will drop to the mid 50s Wednesday, followed by 40s Thursday. The weekend will be cold and dry with highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s.

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