Warm temps, rain on the way ahead of cold front

— Rain and warmer temperatures will move into central and eastern North Carolina on Wednesday, but an approaching cold front will push a wedge of cooler air from the north into the state, and by week’s end, high temperatures will drop closer to normal.

“We will see some fog start to build in and the possibility exists for a few showers tomorrow morning,” WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.

Temperatures will start in the 60s Tuesday morning, but will rise into the 70s by the afternoon hours as the chance for rain intensifies.

“Tomorrow night we will have showers around and maybe even a thunderstorm,” Maze said. “Make sure you have your umbrella.”

Thursday will be a step cooler with highs in the low 60s.

There is rain in the forecast through Thursday, though none of those days will be a total washout. Thursday will start out cloudy and wet, with rain likely, especially morning to midday.

“If you are heading out to First Night Raleigh it will be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 50s,” he said.

,Rain and warmer temperatures will move into central and eastern North Carolina on Wednesday, but an approaching cold front will push a wedge of cooler air from the north into the state, and by week’s end, high temperatures will drop closer to normal.

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