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Charlie’s First Alert Forecast: Rain showers return Sunday

A statewide burn ban will stay in effect until further notice
Updated: 6 hours ago

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Rain has been nonexistent in the East for too long, and our dry stretch will finally come to an end as moisture returns to the area over the next eight days. Patchy cloud cover will move over the East today, and while they won’t bring any drops to the region, they will clear the way for the heavier clouds to arrive tomorrow. Highs today will reach into the low to mid 70s (about ten degrees above average) before the rain causes a cool down to the mid 60s tomorrow.

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Updated: 6 hours ago
Headshot of Charlie Ironmonger, Meteorologist

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Rain has been nonexistent in the East for too long, and our dry stretch will finally come to an end as moisture returns to the area over the next eight days. Patchy cloud cover will move over the East today, and while they won’t bring any drops to the region, they will clear the way for the heavier clouds to arrive tomorrow. Highs today will reach into the low to mid 70s (about ten degrees above average) before the rain causes a cool down to the mid 60s tomorrow.

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