Greensboro--A seesaw pattern in the temperatures across the Piedmont continues. At the end of last week, we enjoyed temperatures int he 60's before colder air arrived for the weekend. We will briefly warm a bit for Monday before another batch of colder air arrives for Tuesday through Friday.
High pressure will move off the East coast tonight. This will cause a southwesterly wind to develop for Monday. This will allow temperatures to warm to near 60 by Monday afternoon.
A cold front will approach and cause clouds to increase Monday night. As the front crosses the area on Tuesday, we will see a 40% chance of rain with high temperatures in the low 50's.
Behind the front, high pressure with chilly air will build over the area. Highs on Wednesday and Thursday will be near 50. Low temperatures will cool back into the 20's.
Our normal high temperature is 58, and our normal low is 37.