Former T.S. Karen Now a Tropical Depression; Will Stay South Of The Triad

8:38 AM, Oct 6, 2013   |    comments
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Greensboro, NC-The remnant low pressure of former Tropical Storm Karen will move inland along the Gulf Coast this morning. The updated forecast track of the low turns the low to the northeast and east-northeast sooner than earlier forecasts. This means the remnant low will stay much farther south of the Triad.

The main weather feature will now be the approaching cold front that will move across the area on Monday and Monday night. The front will attempt to draw at least some moisture from former T.S. Karen and pull it northward into the Carolinas. However with the main deep-layer moisture remaining south, rainfall amounts will be less than earlier forecast.

We will see amounts of .50" to 1.0" with the best rain chance Monday afternoon and Monday night.

Today will be another nice day for the Piedmont. We will see a mix of sun and clouds with a high of 85. Clouds will increase overnight and there could be a few light showers after midnight. The low will be 66. The shower chance will increase Monday through Monday night to near 70%. Tuesday will be mostly sunny with a high of 72.

Cool high pressure will build over New England for Wednesday through Friday. It will be partly cloudy each day with highs in the lower 70's. Low sat night will be in the upper 40's to lower 50's.

 

 

 

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