First Alert Forecast: Tracking increasing storm chances by later Monday

An approaching cold front will usher in our next rain for Eastern North Carolina
First Alert Forecast for Sunday, June 26th
Published: Jun. 26, 2022 at 5:18 AM EDT|Updated: Jun. 26, 2022 at 10:40 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - The National Weather Service has the rip current risk for Monday as moderate for all beaches except for Shackleford Banks, where there is a low risk.

Smoke from the Hyde County fire also continued Sunday, and rain expected later in the day Monday into Tuesday should help. That rain will be associated with a cold front that will drop south of the area Tuesday. Ahead of it expect another hot and more humid day Monday, with highs near 90 and heat index levels upper 90s. Showers and thunderstorms will be likely after 3-4pm Monday, continuing Monday night. Model forecasts indicate as much as an inch or more of rain could fall.

Unsettled weather will continue most of the day Tuesday, with the break from the heat expected both Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by a return of hot but dry weather Thursday through Saturday.


Partly cloudy with lows in the upper 60s.


Partly sunny and warm with highs around 91. Showers and storms likely later in the afternoon and at night. Wind: S 5-10. Rain chance: 40% day, then 60% evening and overnight.


Scattered showers and storms with a high near 80. Wind: S 5. Rain chance: 50%


Partly sunny with slight chance of scattered PM storms and a high of 84. Wind: NE-SE 5. Rain chance: 30%


Mostly sunny and warmer. High of 89. Wind S 5-10.

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