GREENSBORO, NC -- Up and down, high and low, the temperatures will be all over the map the next several days, changing from day to day. Eventually, chilly air will settle in for good, leading to a colder than average Thanksgiving week.
A series of cold fronts moving into the Carolinas in the coming days are the culprit for these temperature swings. On Thursday, we'll be swinging in a warmer direction. Getting up into the mid 60s for highs with a good amount of sunshine.
A cold front will move through for Friday, swinging us back on the cooler side of things. Highs will be in the mid 50s, and lows will be in the 30s.
Ahead of the next cold front Saturday, warmer winds will send plenty of warmth our way during the day, with highs easily getting into the mid 60s for Saturday afternoon. The front will bring a few showers overnight Saturday into early Sunday morning.
A big chill will return to the Carolinas on Sunday, bringing our highs well below normal again. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the 40s, with lows in the 20s for Monday morning. Highs on Monday will again be in the 40s.
Cooler than average temperatures will be sticking around the rest of the week into Thanksgiving and beyond.
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