Temperatures fell as much as 30 degrees from Thursday to Friday in the Triangle and Sandhills of North Carolina.
The major cool down will continue Saturday as a Freeze Warning and Frost Advisory will take effect for much of the area.
The Freeze Warning will go into effect from 2 a.m. to 9 a.m. Saturday for Durham, Orange, Chatham, Alamance, Person, Franklin, Granville, Vance and Warren counties. It's the first Freeze Warning of the season.
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Wake, Johnston, Harnett, Lee, Cumberland, Nash, Wilson, Wayne, Edgecombe and Sampson Counties will be under a Frost Advisory.
It is 25-30° colder this morning, compared to yesterday, and it will be even colder tomorrow. #Freeze Warning & #Frost Advisory issued for our area for early tomorrow (Saturday) morning. #WeatherWhiplash pic.twitter.com/M2ox4ZcqFp— Don Schwenneker (@BigweatherABC11) November 1, 2019