Greensboro--Our high temperature for today was 45 which was the temperature at PTIA just after midnight. Since then, temperatures have been slowly falling. Rain is likely through today as temperatures remain in the mid and upper 30's.
High pressure over New England is supplying the colder air. Low pressure that will track across the Carolinas later today is bringing the rain. The low will get stronger as it approaches the coast tonight.
Today's rain will taper off to drizzle later this evening. The circulation around the strengthening low will pull additional colder air into the area late tonight. A light wintery mix could develop along the Virginia border later tonight and early Monday morning as temperatures fall to near or even a few degrees below freezing.
Although the low pressure system will move out, a good bit of cloudiness will linger into Monday and Tuesday as a few upper-level disturbances move through. There could even be a few sprinkles of flurries Monday and Tuesday. High temperatures will remain below normal generally in the mid 40's. Temperatures will moderate a bit to around 50 by Thursday.
Our normal high temperature is 63 and our normal low is 41.