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Sunday: Clouds Thicken. Few Sprinkles Possible. High 52.

Tonight: Rain Develops Early. Low 45.

Monday: Morning Showers. Clearing by Midday. Windy. High 53.

Tuesday; Mostly Sunny. High 43.

Wednesday: Clouds Build. 20% Chance of a Late Shower. High 48.

Thursday: Mostly Cloudy. 30% Chance of Showers. High 41.

Friday: Mostly Sunny, Breezy & Cold. High 38.

Weather Summary:

Low pressure over the Southern Plains will move east and pass just north of the Piedmont Monday morning. In the wake of this system, cold high pressure will build over the area for Monday night through Tuesday night. Low pressure will form along the Gulf Coast. The system could bring rain to North Carolina late Wednesday into Thursday. However, the future track of this system is still in question as it could remain well south of our area.

Clouds will continue to thicken today. A few sprinkles are possible. The high will reach 52. Rain will spread over the Piedmont this evening and continue overnight. The low will be 45. Rain is likely Monday morning, but it should end by noon. Clearing will take place in the afternoon. Monday's high of 53 will be reached by early afternoon. Thereafter colder air will begin to move in and temperatures will slowly fall back into the 40's as winds increase out of the northwest. Monday night will be clear and cold with a low of 23.

Tuesday will be mostly sunny with a high of 43. Questions still remain regarding the forecast for Wednesday and Thursday as low pressure moves out of the Gulf of Mexico. For now, a mostly cloudy forecast with a small chance of rain late Wednesday into Thursday will be maintained until model forecasts come into better agreement of the low's track. The low Wednesday morning will be 28, with a high of 48. Thursday's morning low will be 32, with a high of 41. It will be mostly sunny and cold on Friday with a high of 38.

The normal high is 50, and the normal low is 30.


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