Phillip’s First Alert Forecast: Cloudy skies through Sunday with some rain, mainly coastal
Cool north breezes will blow Sunday
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Low pressure slowly moving north just off the coast will keep cloudy skies over ENC through most of Sunday. Overall rain chances will remain low for most of the area, with the highest possibility along the coast. Communities west of Highway 17 have the lowest chance of rain and may even see some breaks of sun Sunday afternoon as the western edge of the cloud shield will be rather sharp. Most of the Piedmont of the state will have sunshine.
High over ENC will be in the 60s Sunday as a north breeze blows at 10 to 15 mph with a few higher gusts. A light jacket may be a wise choice.
Once the coastal low pulls away Sunday night, clearer skies will move into the region. Monday and Tuesday will see partly to mostly sunny skies with highs back into the 70s. Wednesday could see 80 before the next cold front moves through Wednesday night when a slight chance of a brief shower is possible.
Cloudy skies and cool. Low of 55. Wind: NE 10-15
Cloudy and breezy with scattered showers, mainly along the coast. High of 67. Wind: N 10-15. Rain chance: 40% with lower chances farther inland.
Partly cloudy and mild. High 73. Winds SE 5-10.
Partly sunny and a little warmer. High 76. Wind: SW 5-10
Partly sunny with a slight chance for an evening shower. High of 80. Wind SW-10
Mostly sunny and pleasant. High of 75. Wind N 5-10
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