First Alert Forecast: Chilly Thursday Start, unsettled Friday Finish


SUMMARY: Cold Weather to kick off your Thursday morning with temps in the thirties as you walk out the door. Don’t expect to warm up too much this afternoon, as clear skies and sunshine only place day time highs in the mid forties.

WHAT TO EXPECT THIS MORNING: It is going to be a cold one as overnight lows fell back into the mid twenties inland. Frost will be on your windshield to start off your morning, and make sure send the kids off to school with a jacket .

WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS AFTERNOON: Sunshine to start off your morning will call for a slow warm up into the forties by the mid afternoon. A stray shower may pass by the outer banks but the majority of us will be looking at clear skies today courtesy of high pressure.

WHAT’S GOING ON TONIGHT: With a warm front lifting from the south, increased cloud coverage will be expected tonight. Lows for tonight will be about ten degrees warmer than those in which we saw on Wednesday, as we will be in the mid thirties.

LOOKING AHEAD: Unsettled weather will make its return int the afternoon on Friday as a warm front works its way in from the South. Friday temperatures will be in the mid fifties with rain throughout the afternoon and evening . Showers stick around into the early portion of the weekend. But we will see sunshine return on Saturday.

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