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Weathercast: Mild temps for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day

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A large high-pressure ridge stretching from southeastern Canada into Louisiana has moved into place and should provide stable conditions with mostly above-average temperatures through at least Saturday in The Wilson Times area.

Under partly cloudy skies, Christmas Eve is forecast to see a high temperature approaching 60. Overnight lows will land just above freezing along and south of an arc from Smithfield to Kenly to Wilson and over to Farmville. Areas from Zebulon to Spring Hope, and northwestward, are more likely to see lows bottom between 30 and 32 at sunrise Christmas Day.

High temperatures on Christmas should be between 58 and 60. Highs Thursday and Friday are forecast to get into the low 60s while it's the mid-60s for Saturday.

Chances of precipitation are minimal until Sunday.

For details, please click on the Weathercast's audio link below.

  • Click the play button to listen to the Weathercast for the week of Dec. 24.

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