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Matt’s Forecast: Patchy fog in the morning; Scattered, light showers Tuesday afternoon

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a man wearing a suit and tie: Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist Matt Engelbrecht © Provided by Greenville-N.bern-Washngtn WITN-TV Weather Authority Chief Meteorologist Matt Engelbrecht

Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

As the high pressure system from the weekend and Monday moves offshore, we will see a few more clouds over Eastern NC skies through the middle of the week. These clouds will produce a couple of brief showers, but significant rains are not expected. The additional clouds will gently apply brakes to the warming trend that will continue to take us into the upper 70s. Overnight lows over the three day stretch will drop to the upper 50s to low 60s.

Friday & Saturday

A cold front is expected to arrive late Friday into Saturday, bringing rain and another drop in temperatures as we kick off the weekend. Thunderstorms will be a possibility, but the system is still to far away to call for any sort of severe weather. Highs will drop from the low 80s Friday to the low 70s by Saturday.

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