Models bring the warm air inland to at least I 95 tonight and the NAM 3k and HRRR have a squall line develop and blast east......might see the SPC drag that slight risk inland a bit.....nothing worse than a Nov nighttime squall line, at one time NC lead the US in Nov tornado deaths.....not sure if that dubious honor still applies.
Found this about nighttime tornadoes turns out its for NC in general https://cimmse.wordpress.com/2012/12/17/28-of-nc-tornadoes-occur-at-night-but-are-responsible-for-67-of-all-tornado-fatalities/
but the surface
temps/dewpoints and their impact on convection over the SE CWA are
more uncertain. Low pressure will develop over E NC along the front
and ride northward tonight, and this may allow enough warm air to
track inland to contribute to weak surface-based instability
overnight. Southport in SE NC is already 70 (while CAD-impacted RDU
sits at 43 and GSO at 39) with other coastal sites in the mid-upper
60s, so the risk for some CAPE in our SE this evening persists as
this juicy air works inland. And given the increasing and shifting
winds with height through the low levels generating high 0-1 km SRH,
a few rotating cells may occur.