The "normal" weather has been great lately. Same tomorrow. If I had to guess, based on the maps they show with the tracers moving ESE offshore, they want a good jet stream (what we normally would have this time of the year.)
For those paying attention to US weather, this is not normal
The jet stream is stuck out near the Rockies and instead of heading to the East Coast, it's headed due north into Canada allowing temps to rocket WELL above normal for the eastern US.
Upper level winds over NC are normally 75 to 100+mph -- they are about 5 mph. Same Monday night.
Tuesday night the winds are back up to 30-50mph, but they are headed almost due south so that would probably have things too close to land. Wednesday night the winds are getting stronger but from the northeast, so the rockets would travel directly back over VA/NC. Thursday night 80mph from due north - nyet.
Friday night - 80mph from the NW!!! But that's 120 hours out - so things can certainly change. But if that's what they want, it's days away still...