It certainly does not feel like fall this Wednesday in central North Carolina. Afternoon temperatures are running in the mid 80s in many spots. Some locations may even seen the upper 80s.
It is fall though, and these warm temperatures can't last forever. A cold front will bring big changes to the state over the next couple of days. As the front approaches Thursday, we will still be on the warm side of things with highs in the low to mid 80s. Look for showers and storms to move in with the front late Thursday afternoon and evening.
An area of low pressure along the front will be to our east Friday. That will bring northeasterly winds to our region, which will keep us very cool. Along with cloudy skies and a few showers, temperatures may struggle to reach the low 60s for Friday. The cool weather looks to last through at least Saturday with highs still in the low to mid 60s.
Afternoon highs in the 70s should return next week.