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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6:37PM
Clouds Increase Tonight; Raw Tuesday Ahead
After our recent run of record warm temperatures, we enjoyed one last nice day before rain and much cooler temperatures return for Tuesday. Up first clouds return tonight then rain follows on Tuesday with some quite chilly temperatures. In fact, highs Tuesday will happen at midnight, as much of the daytime will be spent in the upper 40s. Wednesday will have decreasing cloudiness, with more cool temperatures. A moderation will commence thereafter.
Hi: 67 Lo: 46
Increasing clouds; Light NW wind
Hi: 50 Lo: 39
Cloudy, rainy & raw; Light SE wind becoming NNW Tuesday night
Hi: 52 Lo: 37
Early drizzle or light rain ending; Decreasing cloudiness; Still chilly; NW wind 10-20 mph & gusty
Hi: 62 Lo: 38
Abundant sunshine; Milder by afternoon
Hi: 68 Lo: 46
Lots of sunshine; Pleasant
Saturday - Partly sunny; Stray late-day shower; High in the mid 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Sunday - Mix of clouds & sunshine; Showers possible; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Low-pressure tracking through the Deep South will spread more clouds tonight then rain quickly into our region on Tuesday. Temperatures will be much cooler with the rain. (To give you an idea of how much cooler the air mass will be, there will actually be some wet snow tomorrow up at the very highest NC mountain elevations.) Lower elevation locations will have daytime temperatures hovering in the upper 40s pretty much all day.
The rain pulls out by early Wednesday along with decreasing cloudiness and a continuation of cool temperatures.
High pressure builds in for Thursday and Friday along with a moderating temperature trend. Down the road, the next weak cold front will get close enough to spark a few showers by late Saturday or Sunday.
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