Charlie’s First Alert Forecast: Light rain tonight lingers into Saturday morning

Temperatures will be slightly below average through the weekend
First Alert Forecast for Friday, October 28th
Published: Oct. 26, 2022 at 2:37 PM EDT|Updated: Oct. 28, 2022 at 6:57 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - The clouds have certainly been stubborn over the past few days thanks to a cold front stalling along our coast. This front will stick around through the weekend, keeping the cloud cover present until we get to Tuesday. Early morning raindrops are expected Saturday but will fade as we approach lunchtime. From there, the cloud cover will gradually pull back towards the west, leading to sunny weather for many along the coast. The clouds will return Sunday afternoon ahead of showers late Monday. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will reach into the upper 60s. Overnight lows will drop to the mid to upper 50s, keeping us clear of frost for another weekend.

An area of low pressure will arrive Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Rain showers will accompany the low, with most of the rain arriving Monday (Halloween) night through Tuesday morning. Parents and guardians of goblins, ghouls, princesses, and superheroes would be wise to have an umbrella handy if the drops decide to show up early. Highs will reach the mid 70s Monday and Tuesday. Once the low moves north of the East, our skies will clear, revealing the sunshine many of us have been hoping for.


Cloudy with light, steady rain. Low of 56. Wind NE 7-12. Rain chance 60%


Mostly cloudy start with a few lingering showers turns to a brighter finish. High of 68. Wind NE 10-15 G20


Mostly cloudy and mild. High of 70. Wind NE 5-10.


Mostly cloudy with isolated showers possible late in the evening. High of 76. Wind E 5-10. Rain chance: 30%.


Showers in the morning, then dry and mostly. High of 76. Wind W 5-10. Rain chance 30%

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