Phillip’s First Alert Forecast: Unseasonable warmth again Sunday

Windy weather returns Tuesday and Wednesday and may produce coastal flooding
Phillip's First Alert 1105
Published: Nov. 5, 2022 at 9:21 AM EDT|Updated: Nov. 5, 2022 at 10:13 PM EDT
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Sunday will look much like Saturday. Partly cloudy skies will be around for your Sunday with only a stray shower possible. Daytime highs will make it into the lower 80s, with upper 70s along the coast. With a southeasterly breeze, temperatures may be moderated into the early evening with most spots remaining in the middle 60s

Monday will see a wind shift as northeasterly breezes take over, however it will take a little time before cooler air builds in, so upper 70s to near 80 degrees will be likely again Monday. Highs on Tuesday and Wednesday will decrease into the upper 60s, which is close to our November averages. The flow of cooler air will accelerate thanks to a broad area of low pressure moving closer to the Carolinas.

For Tuesday and Wednesday, winds will blow from the northeast at 10 to 20 mph sustained inland with gusts reaching up to 30 to 40 mph along the coast. Coastal flooding is possible from Tuesday through Thursday due to the persistent northeast winds. The next significant rain chance appears to arrive Thursday night and may persist into Saturday.

Tropics: The low pressure system which will form north of Hispaniola may become a tropical storm and turn toward the Southeastern US. We will need to monitor the progress of this system closely through next week.

Sunday

Partly sunny and warm. Stray shower possible. High of 81. Wind SE 4-8. Rain chance: less than 20%.

Monday

Partly cloudy and warm. High of 79. Wind NE 5-10

Tuesday

Mostly sunny and becoming breezy. High of 68. Wind: NE 10-20 mph, higher on the coast.

Wednesday

Partly cloudy and breeze. High of 67. Wind NE 10-20 inland 25-45 on the coast.

Thursday

Increasing clouds. Showers possible by nightfall. High of 73. Wind E 10-20.

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