The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for central North Carolina.
Clearing skies overnight into Friday morning will allow low temperatures to dip into the mid 30s over portions of the Piedmont. A frost advisory may be needed.
Friday through Wednesday, chilly temperatures in the 30s are forecast again on both Friday and Saturday night.
In addition, a strong cold front is expected to move into North Carolina from Tennessee Valley region Tuesday. A line of showers and possibly thunderstorms is expected to precede the front. Heavy rain and potentially isolated severe storms will be possible Tuesday.