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Beautiful weekend to be marked by warmer temps, sunshine

Posted May 2, 2014

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— Bright sunshine and warmer temperatures will return to central and eastern North Carolina over the weekend, marking the beginning of a warming trend that will linger throughout the next week. 

Clouds could linger across the Triangle on Friday as temperatures stay near 70 degrees, WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said. 

"Our cold front is still slowly moving off the coast, and the moisture associated with it will keep us variably cloudy and cooler for Friday," she said. "Our southeastern counties have a small chance to see showers, but it should be dry across much of the area."

High pressure will take control on Saturday, allowing sunshine to return in earnest and pushing highs into the mid-70s. 

Temperatures will warm even more on Sunday, climbing into the low 80s. 

"It's going to be a beautiful weekend for outdoor plans, whether that means you're picking strawberries or heading to Durham on Sunday for baseball at Durham Bulls Athletic Park," Gardner said. 

Warm temperatures will stay put next week, as daytime highs will hover in the upper 70s and low 80s.

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  • Obamacare returns again May 2, 2014

    These clouds really suck.

  • Chris Chappell May 2, 2014

    What happened to all that sunshine that was supposed to be here today ? Lol y'all are the worst

  • baldchip May 2, 2014

    Great spring weekend!! Convertible-top down weekend!! Good weekend to go to Charlotte for the golf tournament!!