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We observe scattered PM thunderstorms

Chance of thunderstorms during the first week

Fairly dry and hot mid-week

Storms are still possible later in the week

Sunday: Mostly cloudy, warm inland showers and storms before PM. Peaks 78-83. South wind 5-10 m/h.

Sunday Night: A few thunderstorms early. Partly cloudy and foggy later. Low 64-68 inland, 66-70 beaches. South wind about 5 m/h.

Monday: Mostly cloudy and warm with a brief PM thunderstorm. Elevations 77-81 inland, 73-77 beaches. wind south/southwest 5-10 m/h,

Tropical Forecast: Hurricane season begins June 1, 2024. There are no areas in the Atlantic basin where tropical cyclone development is expected over the next seven days. We’re keeping an eye on the tropics so you can be alert for severe weather threats.

MARINE FORECAST: Seas will be 2′ – 3′ and water temperatures will be in the low 70s along Crystal Beach and the Outer Banks. Rivers and Sounds are in the upper 70s and will have a light chop on Sunday. The wind will be from the south at about 10 knots on the Crystal Coast and outer banks. High tide is at 5:22 am and high tide is at 11:28 am.

Weather summary:

We’re tracking a cold front at StormTrack 12 Weather Center. The front will remain in the area Saturday night. Scattered showers are possible, but will taper off overnight. It remains mild, with lows in the mid 60s inland and upper 60s inland.

We close out the weekend on Sunday with an increased chance of showers. Some showers may arrive before noon and last into the afternoon. Temperatures are slightly cooler than we saw later this week. Highs should finish in the upper 70s on the beaches and the low 80s inland.

StormTrack 12 meteorologists are monitoring the front in the area on Monday. The new week will start with mostly cloudy skies and rain and thunderstorms are expected.

The impact of the offshore indicator continues on Tuesday. Isolated or scattered rain is expected. On Wednesday, the sky will begin to clear and the chance of rain will decrease. Midweek will warm up quite a bit, possibly flirting with near 90 in some areas.

Thursday will be similar to Wednesday. A high will help bring very warm to hot temperatures and mostly clear skies. Highs will be in the mid-80s Sunday through Tuesday, with lows in the mid-80s to low 90s Wednesday and Thursday. Lows will be in the mid 60s Saturday night into Thursday night.

Chances of showers and thunderstorms will increase to end the week on Friday.

Highs Monday and Tuesday will be in the mid-80s Wednesday through Friday. Lows will be in the mid 60s and highs Sunday night into Friday night.

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Our normal high is 78, low is 55.

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