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WEATHER SUMMARY: A broad area of low pressure off the coast will pass offshore overnight and then head northward towards the OBX. We could see some showers associated with this feature, but no problems are anticipated at this time. Meanwhile, a cool front will approach the area Thursday and stall over the region through Saturday. Clouds and showers will plague the area through the period. Right now, rainfall amounts do not look as though they will cause additional flooding problems. Things brighten up and dry up as we greet October next Monday!

Tonight: Partly cloudy. A passing shower or two is possible especially near the coast. Warm and humid. Lows in the low 70s.

Wednesday: Becoming mostly sunny, very warm and humid. Chance for a shower or storm in the evening. Highs in the upper 80s.

Thursday: Clouds return with scattered showers and possible storms mainly in the afternoon. Highs in the mid 80s.

– Chief Meteorologist Scott Dean

TROPICAL OUTLOOK: There is an area of disturbed weather off the Carolina coast. A tropical depression could form as it gets closer to the coast. We’ll keep a close watch. What’s left of Kirk and Sub-Tropical Depression Leslie remain in the deep Atlantic. Right now, they are not posing a threat to land. Go to the WWAY Hurricane Center for more details.

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