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! Late tonight, cold air will surge in as the low pushes away. There may be a brief period where the rain turns over to snow for areas in North Carolina, but we will not see any accumulations. Skies begin to clear toward daybreak. High pressure will push in Friday and stick around for the weekend bringing back the sunshine. It will be noticeably colder and windy tomorrow with highs barely reaching the upper 40s. The weekend will warm a bit with Sunday being our warmest day as temps max in the low 60s.While the afternoons will warm up, overnight temps will drop into the 20s & 30s.
Today: Morning cloud cover will vary with more sunshine near the coast and more cloud cover Inland West of I-95 and even a slight chance for a shower. Unseasonably warm area wide. Rain moves in this afternoon from West to East. Highs-Grand Strand:Low/Mid 70s, Inland: Low/Mid 70s, Borderbelt: Upper 60s/Low 70s
Tonight: Rain this evening ending late. Snow may briefly fall along the Borderbelt. Gradual clearing by daybreak and much colder. Lows: Mid/Upper 30s.
Friday:Sunny, colder and windy. Highs-Grand Strand: Upper 40s, Inland: Mid/Upper 40s.
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irst Alert Meteorologist Darren Stack has all of the details in your 7 day forecast. To post a comment, scroll to the bottom of the page and click "Post a comment"