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Star’s First Alert Forecast: Temperatures to climb over coming days

Sunny weather will be the norm over the next several days
Updated: 2 hours ago

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - We’ve got a lovely week ahead! We spent about 2/3 of November below average but most of the 8-day forecast ahead will be above average. We’ll get another hard freeze Tuesday morning but shortly after our winds will shift to the SW and that will help us out a lot. Temperatures will creep upward over the next few days, peaking on Friday when we could briefly hit the low 70s. The average high this time of the year is 62°. We won’t have any rain through the end of the week or the weekend. We’re keeping an eye on a cold front that’ll make it here at the beginning of next week. That will be our next chance for rain but right now, that chance remains isolated to our far northern counties.

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Updated: 2 hours ago
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - We’ve got a lovely week ahead! We spent about 2/3 of November below average but most of the 8-day forecast ahead will be above average. We’ll get another hard freeze Tuesday morning but shortly after our winds will shift to the SW and that will help us out a lot. Temperatures will creep upward over the next few days, peaking on Friday when we could briefly hit the low 70s. The average high this time of the year is 62°. We won’t have any rain through the end of the week or the weekend. We’re keeping an eye on a cold front that’ll make it here at the beginning of next week. That will be our next chance for rain but right now, that chance remains isolated to our far northern counties.

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