Raleigh, N.C. — Scattered sunshine will slowly replace low clouds and fog Tuesday afternoon as temperatures climb into the mid-70s, WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said.
"We were socked in with fog in some spots this morning," Gardner said.
Temperatures will climb through the 60s during the morning.
Because of the cool trend that arrived last week, Tuesday's mid-70s could be the warmest temperatures of the next week, Gardner said.
"We're going to stay in this wet, cool pattern," she said. "Our normal temperatures this time of year are in the upper 70s, but we'll struggle to get into the low 70s for the next several days."
Overnight lows will remain mild, hovering in the mid-50s.