Natalie’s First Alert Forecast: Dense Fog Advisory extended through Saturday afternoon
Lots of clouds with a chance for spotty showers
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - The initial Dense Fog Advisory for inland parts of Eastern Carolina has expired, but a Dense Fog Advisory for coastal areas from the Currituck Beach Lighthouse to the Oregon Inlet is extended through 12 p.m.
Once the fog clears, clouds will remain with the chance for some spotty showers with a high of 84F. Most of the fog should dissipate by mid-morning but a few areas could see fog closer to lunch. Areas that see fog linger may be a little cooler through the afternoon.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the entire family for Saturday, consider this event over at the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina in Greenville, N.C.:
Clouds will stick around through the overnight and thicken up which will aid in temperatures dropping down to 59F. The trend for cooler temperatures will stick around for your Sunday as we continue to see cloud coverage in many parts of ENC with temperatures only getting up to about 76F.
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