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WEATHER: Sandy moves north, cold moves in

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WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – As Sandy moves ashore in the mid-Atlantic, we will still be feeling the impacts of this broad and strengthening storm for the next couple of days. 

While the rain has shut of completely here in the Carolinas, and sunny skies will return, blustery cold Canadian air will start to pump into the region. 

Areas of moisture and energy as far south as eastern North Carolina  will whip around the periphery of Sandy as it moves onshore. 

Some of the models hint that we could see morning lows in the upper 30s for the beginning of your Tuesday with winds into the 30 mph range.

As we enter Halloween Wednesday the winds will relax slightly as the remnants of Sandy start to pull up the New England coastline.  Our temperatures will run cooler than normal with high s in the 60s lows into the 40s.  Breezes still could gust up to 30 mph.

Nicer weather will emerge late week into the weekend as winds subside.

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