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Today: A.M. Clouds-Fog & Spotty Drizzle. Then Partly Sunny & Much Warmer. High 67.

Tonight; Becoming Cloudy. Rain Develops Mainly After Midnight. Low 47.

Thursday: A.M. Rain. Turning Colder Afternoon. Rain Changing to Freezing Rain & Sleet Late. High 50.. Temps falling P.M.

Friday: Mostly Sunny and Cold. High 38.

Saturday: Mostly Sunny. High 51.

Sunday: Partly Cloudy. High: 55.

Monday: Partly Cloudy. High: 57

Weather Summary:

A warm front will lift northward through the Piedmont this morning allowing much warmer air to surge into the area. The above normal temperatures will be short-lived as a strong Arctic cold front moves in the area on Thursday. Temperatures will fall during the afternoon. Dry and chill weather is expected Friday. It will be mostly sunny this weekend with near normal temperatures Sunday and Monday.

Today will start cloudy with areas of fog and drizzle. The sky will become partly sunny as the winds increase out the southwest in the afternoon. Winds could gust to near 30 mph at times. High temperatures will surge into the upper 60's to near 70. This evening, clouds will increase out ahead of the Arctic cold front. Showers will develop mainly after midnight. We will have a mild low of 47.

Thursday rain is likely. Temperatures will begin to fall around midday from near 50's to the low 30's by sunset. Some areas of sleet and freezing rain may develop late Thursday afternoon. Thursday night, we will see areas of sleet and freezing rain. Only trace amounts are expected between 7 pm and 1 pm Friday morning. The sky will clear late with a low of 20.

Friday and the weekend will be mostly sunny and dry. Friday will be breezy and chilly with a high of 38. The Saturday morning low will be 23, with a high on Saturday of 51. Moderation of temperatures will continue on Sunday and Monday with highs in the upper 50's. Lows will be in the low to mid 30's.

The normal high is 57, and the normal low is 36.

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