We've dodged the 90s recently, but they'll make a comeback as a hot high pressure system builds over the region into Labor Day weekend!
THURSDAY: Expect mostly sunny skies, light west or southwest winds, and afternoon highs mainly in the lower 90s. Rip current risk: moderate north of Cape Fear.
EXTENDED: Expect partly cloudy skies for the holiday weekend with daytime highs mainly in the lower 90s, nighttime lows mainly in the lower 70s, and isolated storms.
CRISTOBAL: 2014's third hurricane (and the third to pass near or just east of southeastern North Carolina) will become extra-tropical as it zips across the North Atlantic through this weekend.
ELSEWHERE IN THE TROPICS: Tropical storm development is possible in the Gulf of Mexico near Texas and in the central tropical Atlantic Ocean Thursday or Friday.
WECT HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS AND SURVIVAL GUIDES: This great resource is available at the WECT-TV Studios, participating Harris Teeters stores, and also here online: http://bit.ly/1vIJEhz
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