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Quiet weather will rule for the next several days.

We have high pressure settling into the Southeast today and it will remain anchored over the region for about a week. This air mass has polar origins, so we will see temperatures running below typical for mid-October for the next couple of days.

Temperatures will dip into the low 40s around the area the next couple of nights, even the high 30s in the colder spots north and west of the Triangle. Daytime highs will only reach the middle to high 60s. Aside from the chilly late-nights and mornings, we can call this a stretch of very nice fall weather thanks to bright sunshine both days.

Starting Thursday, we will see a warming trend get underway. Daytime highs rise into the 70s and even approach 80 over the weekend. Skies will remain mainly sunny each day.

Over the weekend, the high will shift eastward out over the Atlantic, leading to an increase in humidity.

Early next week, we may finally see another cold front move our way. That will be our next chance for rain, but that won't happen until Monday at the earliest.

Have a great Tuesday!

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