We'll be tracking a strong cold front approaching eastern Carolina from the west Sunday night. Currently, watches have been issued for locations west of I95.
The front will likely bring a line of strong to severe thunderstorms through the area between 11pm and 4am. The biggest risk with the storms will be wind gusts of 50 to 65 mph. There will be a slim chance of an isolated tornado forming with a slim chance of small hailstones as well, but the primary risk will be strong, damaging winds.
The front will clear the coast by 6:00am Tuesday with cooler, gusty west winds on tap for Monday. Highs will peak in the mid 60s under partly cloudy skies with winds of 15-30 mph..
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