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RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — After a mild start to our Sunday, temperatures across central North Carolina will once again warm into the 70s. Winds will be out of the south and off the Atlantic over the next couple of days, so there will be varying amounts of clouds but no widespread rain. There could be a shower on Monday. By Tuesday, there will be a better chance of showers with a storm possible in the afternoon in advance of a weak cold front. After the Tuesday precipitation chance, it should be dry on Wednesday and temperatures will remain mild.
It will be slightly cooler Thursday and Friday. The best chance of rain all week will be on Friday as a storm system approaches from the west.
By next weekend, a shower is possible early Saturday, then drier and milder air will return.
Sunday will be cloudy to partly sunny and mild. The high will be 76. There is a very small chance of a sprinkle in the afternoon. Winds will be south 8 to 12 mph. The rain risk is 10 percent.
Sunday Night will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. The overnight low will be 55. Winds will be south 6 to 10 mph.
Monday will be cloudy to partly sunny with a slight risk of a shower. The high will be 77, winds will be southwest 5 to 12 mph. The rain risk will be 40 percent.
Tuesday will be partly sunny with scattered, mainly afternoon and evening showers and a possible storm. The high will be 79, after a morning low of 59. The rain risk will be 40 percent.
Wednesday will be partly sunny. The high will be 77, after a morning low of 56.
Thursday will be partly sunny with an isolated PM shower possible. The high will be near 66, after a morning low of 51. The rain risk will be 20 percent.
Friday will be mostly cloudy with scattered showers and a slight risk of a storm. The high will be 68, after a morning low of 48. The rain risk will be 50 percent.
Next Saturday will be cloudy to partly sunny with a slight risk of a shower. The high will be 73, after a morning low of 53. The rain risk will be 20 percent.
This forecast was prepared by the CBS North Carolina Storm Team and is based on the latest information available and years of weather forecasting in North Carolina. It was not produced by a computer like many forecasts you find on the web, social media and smarts phone apps. If you have any questions for the CBS North Carolina Storm Team, please send us an e-mail to: email@example.com.
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