DURHAM (WTVD) -- A freeze warning is in effect for some counties in central North Carolina until 10 a.m. Sunday.
Temperatures will plunge to the mid 20s in some areas.
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The cold air will warm to low to mid 50s on Sunday.
"A fast moving front will swing through North Carolina Monday morning, giving us partly sunny skies and a brief shower is possible," said ABC11 First Alert Meteorologist Steve Stewart.
High pressure building into the area will provide a sunny and milder day Tuesday. Wednesday will be dry and mild as well, with temperatures approaching 70.