Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at 5:35AM
Summer In Fall
We’ve got a couple more remarkably warm days before the cooldown commences. Expect abundant sunshine for the remainder of the workweek and into the upcoming weekend. Above normal temperatures now will become more fall-like for the weekend. Hurricane Maria is passing to the east of the Outer Banks over the next 24-36 hours, then gets the boot after that.
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Hi: 85 Lo: 62
Lots of sunshine; Quite warm; Light north wind
Hi: 87 Lo: 63
More of the same; Sunshine & unseasonably warm; Light NNW wind
Hi: 84 Lo: 57
Sunshine giving way to partly cloudy skies; Not quite as warm; Light NNW wind
Hi: 76 Lo: 54
Partly cloudy; Seasonal temperatures
Hi: 73 Lo: 49
Mostly clear; Feeling more like fall
Sunday - Lots of sunshine; Quite pleasant; High near 70 degrees; Low in the upper 40s
Monday - Plenty of sunshine; Refreshing; High near 70 degrees; Low in the upper 40s
Sinking air to the west of Hurricane Maria will provide some very nice, but very warm weather today and Wednesday. Expect lots of sunshine, but temperatures will run 5 to 10 degrees warmer than normal.
Speaking of Maria, her days are finally numbered. The hurricane will pass very slowly to the east of the Outer Banks tonight and Wednesday, then, it will get booted out to sea for good by a cold front coming in late next week.
That cold front comes through here on Thursday with little fanfare. But, it will put us on course for a noticeable cooling trend that will take us through the weekend. Above-normal temperatures get closer to normal (or perhaps slightly below normal) for Saturday and Sunday.
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