Greensboro--Friday's high temperature was 65. That nice weather is gone. It has been replaced by quite chilly air that will be with us for much of next week.
A cold front moved through the area last night. While the front did not produce any rain, it is ushering in much colder air into the region.
A brisk northwesterly wind will make it feel much colder than the forecast high of 48 for today. As the wind becomes light later tonight, the temperature will quickly drop into the mid 20's by Sunday morning.
At least there will be lots of sunshine today and tomorrow. The dry weather pattern will extend into Monday as well. We will have a small chance of rain by Tuesday.
The normal high temperature is 58, and the normal low is 37.