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WEATHER SUMMARY: A front to our south will head back north along with a wave of low pressure into the area tonight into Friday. Clouds and then showers and storms will be a good bet Friday as the low moves up through coastal NC. As the low moves away on Saturday, rain chances drop, but are expected to increase once again on Sunday. In fact, all of next week looks fairly active with daily chances for scattered showers and storms, some of which could contain heavy downpours.

Tonight: More clouds move in. Shower chances increase after midnight from the south. Lows in the lower 70s.

Friday: Showers likely and perhaps some rumbles of thunder mixed in as well; mostly cloudy. Highs near 80.

Saturday: Partial sunshine. Rain chances drop. Highs warmer in the upper 80s.

TROPICAL OUTLOOK: The tropics are quiet, for now. Go to the WWAY Hurricane Center for more details.

-Chief Meteorologist Scott Dean

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