raleigh looks pretty good, 540, they're all open today if you're traveling through durham, no incidents there. throh fayetteville we have some local roads closed. hope ville road southbound lane closed because of flooding from hurricane matthew.
on the freeway, a crsh and if take you to the west i-40 westbound, right lane blocked near durham chapel hill boulevard because of another crash. a quick look at drive time and we'll take you pack outside and show you what it looks like out
and in the triangle, 79 chap million hill and durham. 80 in carey. 80 in raleigh. we did get up to 79 today. still above normal. a normal high 77. stationary front out east. mostly sunny to partly sunny skies. a little flow out of the northeast for that high. and that'll build in to the northeast. which will keep our temperatures in check. as a matter of fact, it'll be a little cooler on tuesday. in the 70s and even cooler stil w with that northeast flow around. so as we look at forecast, once again tomorrow, 80 degrees. we will see highs right around 80 edegrees. compare that to what's going to happen tomorrow -- or tuesday, i should say. and 77. you can see the yellows taken over the maps. so a nice little spat there. and even cooler on wednesday. 74. now at the top of the newscast, we talked about how i think forecast. at least my long range maps. i'm going to keep that and mean that we could show a couple showers our way on friday. but the bulk of the rain, if it stays off shore, will continue out to sea. this is your long range friday outlook. maybe a couple s
satellite picture here we will see clear conditions throughout the day today. 65degrees in raleigh, 66 durham, and also in siler city, 68 degrees in fayetteville. about 90 this afternoon, we are backdown into the 60s tonight. 92 tomorrow, 94 on thursday, we will stay in the '90s through the start of this upcoming weekend.
upper 60 nz durham, roxboro and south hill. 89 our high today and 90s again
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