Low pressure associated with the remnants of Beta will continue to pull areas of rain north out of North Carolina today as the system itself slides east. Most of the rain will fall this morning and afternoon, with lingering fog and drizzle overnight into early Saturday before clearing out.
Temperatures will be steady all day and all night, with most locations around 60.
It warms up this weekend, but now it looks like our upper level winds will be out of the south instead of the west, so there may been some clouds with the sun but without the smoke we were expecting earlier.
The cold dip in the jet stream is trending stronger but further west next week. That means it will stay warm longer with better chances of rain and maybe even strong storms by Wednesday.
Eventually, the cool gets here next Thursday.
Have a great weekend!
Meteorologist Jamey Singleton