Temperatures will rise a little more today with sunshine, some clouds, and more of a southwest flow.
This warmer southwest wind will be ahead of a cold front that will move into the Appalachians this afternoon before reaching central North Carolina tonight. The won't be a lot of moisture over the region today. Because of that, we will see only very spotty, and brief showers, with the front tonight. The SPC does not have us in any risk for severe weather tonight.
In the wake of this frontal passage, another surge of dry air will follow. The air behind this boundary will be a bit cooler, but temperatures will still be in the 70s.
Weak high pressure building over the region Friday will move east of the Triangle during the day on Saturday.
Another front will reach the Appalachians by Sunday morning and move through central North Carolina sometime on Sunday. This weather system will be too moisture-starved to bring any chance for rain, but we will see a few more clouds to end the weekend.
Halloween will be dry and mild with temps in the 70s.
Have a great Thursday!