It will be a warm and humid weekend with the risk of a few thunderstorms.
Temperatures will remain quite warm today with an increasing risk of thunderstorms.
Thursday will be the warmest day of the year across much of our area.
Much warmer air will surge into eastern Carolina on Wednesday.
A Frost Advisory has been issued for Halifax and Northampton counties.
Below normal temperatures will continue on Tuesday across our area.
Cool air will keep high temperatures limited for the start of the work week, but we could see highs in the upper 80s later on.
Skies will start cloudy on Mother's Day. However, the clouds will part and the sun will shine on Eastern Carolina later in the afternoon.
A few strong to possible severe storms could develop across eastern Carolina Saturday afternoon and evening.
There will be plenty of sunshine with highs in the 80s on Friday.
Much warmer air will surge into eastern Carolina on Thursday.
Showers will dot eastern Carolina on Wednesday as temperatures return to the 70s.
A humid but mild air mass will produce scattered showers through Tuesday across the area.
The spotty rain showers will increase on Monday, with high temperatures staying well below normal.
A slow moving low pressure system will bring plenty of showers to Eastern Carolina starting Sunday.
Windy and cool conditions will continue across the area on Saturday.
Mild temperatures with clouds giving way to sunshine across eastern Carolina on Friday.
Clearing skies can be expected across eastern Carolina on Thursday.
Clouds will be persistent with a risk of a few showers on Wednesday across the area.
Looking ahead to the 2013 hurricane season which is just over a month away, the National Weather Service says, much like last year, they expect this season to produce 12 to 13 named storms.
Isolated showers can be expected across eastern Carolina through Tuesday.
With more clouds and more moisture moving in from the west, our conditions will stay soggy for Monday and Tuesday.
Clouds will continue to thicken through the afternoon. The threat of rain will be in the forecast through Wednesday.
Temperatures will be mild with some sunshine on Saturday.
There will be lots of sunshine with slightly warmer temperatures on Friday.
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