Phillip’s First Alert Forecast: Sunny and warm Saturday
Bright skies will be with us Saturday as temperatures warm up by afternoon
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) -A clear night over a moist ground with little wind is a set up for patchy fog. Be extra cautious driving in the early morning hours Saturday. Overnight lows will fall to the upper 40s and lower 50s as we kick off the weekend.
The skies over the area will see early morning fog burn away to a sunny sky Saturday. Some clouds from the north will move in late Sunday. A few showers are possible late Sunday night into early Monday as the next front pushes through. Highs Saturday will reach the mid to upper 70s. Most places will touch 80 degrees Sunday afternoon. Overnight lows will be cool with mid 50s Sunday morning.
The next front will usher in some of the coolest air of this Autumn season so far. Lows will likely dip into the 30s late Tuesday night and Wednesday night, so they are First Alert Weather Days (nights) for the potential for the first inland frost over ENC.
Mostly clear. Low of 50. Wind N 3-6
Sunny and mild. High of 77. Wind SW 4-8
Mostly sunny and warm. High of 80. Wind SW 5-10
Morning showers possible then clearing. High of 79. Wind SW 5-10 Rain chance 20%.
Partly sunny and much cooler. High of 61. Wind N-10
Patchy early morning frost. Sunny and cool. High of 61. Wind N 2-5
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