WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - The strongest cold front we've seen since April will slowly push through southeast North Carolina today. The front will move from near I-95 during the morning and will be offshore by late afternoon. As a result temperatures that will start off in the upper 50's and low 60's in the morning, will range from the mid 60's near Fayetteville to near 80 in Wilmington by afternoon. Expect overcast conditions with scattered showers inland. A few embedded thunderstorms are likely near the coast, where temperatures will be warmer along with more instability.
Much cooler air will overspread the entire area Sunday night into Monday. Skies will be mostly cloudy along with a chance at a few light showers. Lows will reach the upper 40's and low 50's.
Monday will be raw! Skies will be overcast with a continued threat of a few light showers. Highs will reach the low to mid 60's, the coldest day since late April. Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with highs moderating back into the low 70's.