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Weathercast: Cold fronts to bring temps near seasonal average

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After a mild, foggy and rainy Saturday morning, The Wilson Times area is expected to see a couple of days of sunshine and temperatures not far off of the historical averages.

Two cold fronts are forecast to pass through Saturday. The first will end any general rain before midday and allow temperatures to reach the low- to mid-60s. The second is expected to arrive late in the day and bring only very scattered showers as it rolls quickly to the coast. Winds could get gusty in the afternoon.

Sunday, if the high pressure holds true, will see plenty of sunshine and blue skies. Temperatures will be hard to move, though, with highs in the low 50s.  Highs Monday should edge up to the mid-50s and 60 is possible for Tuesday before another front arrives.

The average highs in The Wilson Times area range from 50 to 52 and the lows from 30 to 32.

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