GREENSBORO, N.C. — Our threat for severe weather is over and storms are moving out of the Triad to the East. Things will improve as we head through the evening hours, West to East.
As cold air moves in behind the front, it'll be a breezy night as skies clear. Our temperatures will take a dramatic tumble from our high of 81° degrees in Greensboro today to low 40s and upper 30s overnight for close to a 40° temperature drop.
Drastically cooler weather is on the way as we head into Friday and the weekend. We'll struggle to get our of the 50s for highs in the coming days. We'll have highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s starting tomorrow and lasting through the weekend with sunshine. Our first hard frost / freeze of the season is likely.