Pinpoint Weather: Brighter days ahead!

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An area of low pressure lingering to our south over the Carolina coast will continue to provide clouds and a chance for off and on showers this afternoon and into this evening. Rain chances will continue to dwindle through the day with some patchy fog and drizzle remaining possible this evening and overnight for some.

Tonight, more breaks in the clouds west of the Parkway are anticipated and this is where we could see some fog development overnight into Sunday morning. The fog will likely be dense at times overnight through Sunday morning, so drive with caution.

Our easternmost counties may still be dealing with low clouds and a light, spotty shower here and there remaining possible through early Sunday.

With the clouds, especially east, and no big change in our air mass, overnight temperatures will be cool to mild with lows generally in the low 50s (west) to mid to upper 50s (east).

Sunshine returns Sunday for most of the region. While the clouds may be stubborn to vacate our easternmost counties Sunday, most of the region should get to enjoy partly cloudy skies.

A spotty shower or two may work across areas along and east of HWY 29 Sunday, but the forecast is looking much drier overall.

With a little more sunshine at the helm, highs climb back into the low 70s (west) to mid to upper 70s (east).

The low to our south moves northeast gradually through the day Sunday. This is why only our easternmost counties may see a spotty shower or two. Higher rain chances will be to our east towards the coast.

By late Sunday, high pressure moves in from the north and takes over our weather. This will set us up for mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies for several days and highs climbing back into the 80s by midweek for many locations.

The next rain chance for the upcoming workweek looks to hold off until Friday.

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