RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — As much of North Carolina was under an excessive heat warning Saturday, the high temperatures were expected to come close to 100 degrees.
But, so far, the highs across the Central North Carolina region have not set any records.
Temperatures were still very hot across much of the warning area with the highest temps in Goldsboro and Rocky Mount-Wilson, according to the National Weather Service.
As usual, the mountains were the cool spots in North Carolina with Boone only at 85 for Saturday.
The high temperatures are expected again on Sunday — with the forecast in Raleigh at 99 degrees.
Here is a list of high temps Saturday:
- Raleigh-Durham – 95
- Fayetteville – 96
- Rocky Mount-Wilson – 97
- Goldsboro – 97
- Greensboro – 95
- Greenville – 95
- Elizabeth City – 95
- Wilmington – 93
- Charlotte – 90
- Asheville – 88
- Boone – 85
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