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Hourly Forecast

7AM
Partly Cloudy
46°
Partly Cloudy
10AM
Mostly Cloudy
55°
Mostly Cloudy
1PM
Rain Showers
64°
Rain Showers
4PM
Rain Showers
64°
Rain Showers
7PM
Chance of a Thunderstorm
64°
Chance of a Thunderstorm
10PM
Chance of a Thunderstorm
63°
Chance of a Thunderstorm

Current Conditions

Clear
44° F 7° C Clear
New Bern
  • Feels Like: 44° F 7° C
  • Wind: 0 mph 0 kph at North
  • Humidity: 82%
  • Dew point: 39° F 4° C
  • Barometer: 30 inches millibars and steady
  • Sunrise: 6:50 AM EST
  • Sunset: 4:58 PM EST
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Clear
36° F 2° C Clear
Greenville
  • Feels Like: 36° F 2° C
  • Wind: 0 mph 0 kph at North
  • Humidity: 93%
  • Dew point: 34° F 1° C
  • Barometer: 30 inches millibars and steady
  • Sunrise: 6:52 AM EST
  • Sunset: 4:58 PM EST
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Clear
44° F 7° C Clear
Jacksonville
  • Feels Like: 44° F 7° C
  • Wind: 0 mph 0 kph at North
  • Humidity: 89%
  • Dew point: 41° F 5° C
  • Barometer: 30 inches millibars and falling
  • Sunrise: 6:51 AM EST
  • Sunset: 5:00 PM EST
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Almanac

Normal High:64°
Normal Low:42°
Record High: 83° in 1992
Record Low: 24° in 1949
Sunrise:6:50 am
Sunset:4:58 pm
Moonrise:7:44 am
Moonset:6:18 pm
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StormTrack 12 Planning Forecast

SATURDAY NIGHT: Clouds begin to increase. Lows 36-40. Southeasterly to south wind 5-10 mph

SUNDAY: Clouds thicken, strong to severe PM t-storms. Highs 64-68 inland, 62-66 beaches. South wind 5-15, higher gusts in thunderstorms.

DISCUSSION: Sunshine sticks around for Saturday, though a few high cirrus clouds will increase late in the afternoon. This helps to keep temperatures Saturday night a bit warmer, into the mid and upper 30s inland and low 40s at the beach.

This high will exit off the coast by Sunday and the warm air returns. This will then repeat the pattern of earlier this week. A strong storm will be cutting up the mountains of the southeastern U.S. This will again surge our temperatures into the 70s for early next week. But by late on Sunday as that storm moves north, we’ll see heavy rain move in from southwest to northeast. Just about all of Eastern Carolina is in the slight risk zone outlined by the Storm Prediction Center. This means showers and strong thunderstorms are likely through the evening accompanied by gusty winds. An isolated tornado is not out of the question, but I'm going to keep this as a very minimal threat due to the fact that the timing of this system falls during the evening/overnight hours. The most likely and widespread threat will be gusty winds in thunderstorms. Monday will bring a threat for a lingering shower but temperatures will be in the upper 70s. A cold front will pull through Monday night to begin the cooling trend in temperatures through the week.

TROPICS: We are tracking no areas in the Atlantic Ocean that could lead to storm development any time soon.

MARINE: Northeasterly wind 5-10 knots. Seas at 2-3 feet. Gale Watch goes into effect Sunday night at 10 PM.

---Jonathan Weant

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