Phillip’s First Alert Forecast: A damp night will give way to partly sunny skies Monday

A shy sun peaks through the clouds Monday to warm up ENC
First Alert Forecast for Sunday, July 10th
Published: Jul. 10, 2022 at 6:37 AM EDT|Updated: Jul. 10, 2022 at 5:58 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Drier weather will return to the area Monday and Tuesday as the boundary stalls far enough south to bring us drier weather. After a soggy weekend for most, a return to partly sunny skies and temps in the 80s will feel much more like the season Monday.

Winds will be light from the northeast Monday before becoming easterly Monday evening. This onshore wind will make the arrival of King tides noticeable to maritime interests. King tides will be with us all week. The full moon is Wednesday at 5am.

The return of southwesterly winds along with partly sunny skies will lift temperatures to near 90 Tuesday. Wednesday is likely to be the hottest day of the week with low 90s ahead of a cold front. The front will move in Wednesday night and is expected to spark some thunderstorms Wednesday evening.

In the tropics, a system in the northern Gulf of Mexico has a low chance of development this week. We will track it closely.


Cloudy with light rain ending late. Low 68. Wind: NE 5-15. Rain chance: 50%


Some sun breaking through the clouds. A stray shower possible. Highs around 84. Wind: NE 5-10.


Mostly sunny with a high of 89. Wind: SW 5-10.


Partly sunny and hot with a chance for PM T-storms. High 92. Wind: SW10 G15. Rain chance: 50%


Partly cloudy with a chance of PM T-storms. High 88. Winds SW-10 Rain chance 40%

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