The advisory covers nearly all of central and eastern North Carolina and up into Virginia. Visibility is very low, around a quarter-mile and even at zero in spots.
A mild morning should feature temperatures in the 50s for most of us. Temperatures will climb throughout the day, possibly hitting the 70s as it will be humid. It'll be mostly cloudy with a passing shower possible, but most of us will stay dry.
The northern half of the viewing area is in a Category 1 risk for severe weather. Any storm that pops up in that area could bring gusty winds.
A cold front will cause temps to fall into the 40s and upper 30s by late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning.