A low pressure system spinning off the coast of North Carolina has helped to keep us locked in the clouds today. It’s also provided a persistent onshore flow, which keeps the clouds and fog tonight and into tomorrow. Sunday will start out a bit wet and murky, but as the aforementioned storm system slides to the north, we should see our shower chances decrease by the afternoon. Just don’t expect any sunshine.

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Through Tonight: Skies remain overcast into the evening hours, and shower chances increase overnight. The best chance at showers and pockets of drizzle comes between about 11 p.m. and 3 a.m. Otherwise, it’s overcast and a bit muggy, with both temperatures and dew point values in the mid-60s. Winds will be out of the east/northeast and 5-10 mph.

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Tomorrow (Sunday): It’s a cloudy and likely foggy start to the day on Sunday. Scattered showers and pockets of drizzle will be a possibility in the morning hours as well. Drying out but staying overcast by the afternoon, with temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s and high levels of humidity. Winds will be a bit breezy out of the northeast at 10-15 mph. Some isolated showers tomorrow night, but otherwise, mostly cloudy and mild with temperatures in the mid 60s.

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