After a day in the 70s Wednesday, that'll likely end up being one of the warmest days we see for quite some time as a couple shots of cold, arctic air are anticipated to move into the Carolinas within the next week.
Clouds will continue to thicken along the coast Thursday as the frontal boundary that passed through Tuesday remains stalled to our southeast. Temperatures will be about 5 to 10 degrees cooler than Wednesday with highs in the upper low to mid 60s under cloudy skies. A few light, patchy showers may also be possible by late Thursday afternoon from the Crystal Coast northward.
A cold front will approach from the west Friday and pass through eastern North Carolina Friday night. With this, we'll look for the return of rain and muggy conditions Friday afternoon as temperatures warm into the low 70s. A few showers may linger along the immediate coast Saturday morning, but this should quickly clear out by mid-morning.
For your Veteran's Day weekend, we will be feeling the cool down! Cold high pressure building in from the west will yield high temperatures 10 to 15 degrees below average despite ample amounts of sunshine. Sunday morning will be cold with lows plummeting into the mid 30s and upper 20s for areas farther inland and north.