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59°F

Hi: 69° Lo: 59°

(Feels like 59°F)
Precipitation: 90%
Humidity: 100%

Dewpoint: 59°
Heat Index: 59°
Wind Direction: ESE
Wind Speed: 10 mph

Sunrise: 06:25:23 am
Sunset: 07:50:33 pm

Numerous showers and isolated storms. Highs in the upper 60s and lows in the upper 50s.

Wednesday

Hi: 75° Lo: 54
Thursday

Hi: 73° Lo: 55
Friday

Hi: 75° Lo: 53
Saturday

Hi: 72° Lo: 49
Sunday

Hi: 73° Lo: 50
Monday

Hi: 75° Lo: 54

11 AM


66°

Humidity: 87%
Precip: 90%

12 PM


67°

Humidity: 86%
Precip: 90%

1 PM


68°

Humidity: 82%
Precip: 80%

2 PM


68°

Humidity: 81%
Precip: 80%

3 PM


69°

Humidity: 79%
Precip: 70%

4 PM


69°

Humidity: 78%
Precip: 70%
5 PM | 68°
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6 PM | 68°
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7 PM | 67°
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8 PM | 66°
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9 PM | 66°
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10 PM | 65°
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11 PM | 64°
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12 AM | 63°
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1 AM | 62°
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2 AM | 62°
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3 AM | 61°
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4 AM | 61°
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5 AM | 60°
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6 AM | 59°
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7 AM | 59°
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8 AM | 61°
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10 AM | 67°
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FORECAST DISCUSSION

WIND ADVISORY
In effect from 6am to 9pm Tuesday for Carteret, Outer Banks Hyde and Outer Banks Dare county. Winds will be out to the ESE at 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 45 mph at times. Secure loose and light objects.

HIGH SURF ADVISORY
In effect through 11pm Tuesday night for the beaches of Onslow, Carteret, Outer Banks Dare and Outer Banks Hyde county. 6 to 10 foot waves will bring minor beach erosion and dangerous rip currents to the beaches.

COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY
In effect from 1 am to 8 pm on Tuesday. Onshore winds and tides will combine to generate flooding of low areas along the shore. The surf will be between 6 to 9 feet and 1 to 2 foot water rise will be possible around high tide (4pm).

An area of low pressure will track just south of the area Tuesday and result in heavy rain in the morning to scattered showers through the afternoon/evening. Rainfall totals will range between 1 and 2 inches, but locally higher amounts of 3 inches will be possible. The strongest winds will combine with the highest coverage of rain from sunrise through early afternoon. The severe weather threat will remain low, but a few stronger thunderstorms could be possible in the morning and afternoon along the Crystal Coast. Highs will run in the mid to upper 60s with lows in the 50s. The rain will move out of the area early Wednesday morning.

FORECAST:

Tuesday: Widespread showers with an isolated thunderstorm possible. Highs in the upper 60s. East winds 15 to 25+ mph. Rain chance: 90%. 1 to 2" of rain likely.

Tuesday Night: Scattered showers with lows in the upper 50s. South winds at 5 to 10 mph. Rain chance: 60%.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy in the morning before breaking in the afternoon. A few showers will be possible again late in the day. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Rain chance: 30%.

BOATING FORECAST:

*Gale Warning for all waters Tuesday*

Winds will blow from the east at 20 to 30 kts. Swells will be 9-14 ft. on Tuesday. Wave heights for the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds will be 1-2 feet.


Statistics

Monday's High 70°
Monday's Low 50º
Beach Forecast OBX / Crystal Coast
Air Temp 44 / 43
Water Temp 38 / 36
Waves 2-4ft / 2-4ft
 

8 Day Forecast

Weather Headlines

Updated: 5:03 AM - An area of low pressure will track along the coast Tuesday bringing plenty of rain and wind with it.

Updated: 04/16/2018 - The area is still on track for a line of storms to move through the area after sunset. Currently, watches have been issued for locations west of I95.

Updated: 04/16/2018 - The tornado watch has expired for the area. Heavy rain and gusty winds will continue as the storms exit the coast.

Tropics Headlines

Updated: 11/30/2017 - This season was more active than usual, with a total of 17 named storms, 10 hurricanes and six major hurricanes.

Updated: 11/08/2017 - Rina formed as a weak Tropical Storm late . Rina is the 18th storm of the season and sustained winds of 40 mph.

Posted: 11/06/2017 - Tropical Depression 19 has formed in the deep Atlantic and is expected to intensify into the 17th named storm of the season.