Our big cold front arrived, and brought the big temperature swing as advertised. Temperatures are about 30 degrees colder compared to yesterday, and record cold is possible overnight.
Rain and snow are over now, and roads are drying up under sunshine. We're heading down into the low 20s and upper 10s for lows tonight under clear skies. This is possibly going to be record-setting cold for the Triad, the record low is 22 degrees set in 1977. It's a good idea to keep the faucet dripping overnight as the temperature drips, and remember to unhook your garden hose outside.
Wednesday will be cold and quiet. All sun all day as high pressure briefly builds into control. It will be incredibly cool for November, with highs only in the upper 30s to near 40 during the afternoon. There will be a slight breeze.
We'll need to keep an eye on Thursday. It's possible that rain could build back into the area as early as Thursday evening, and could last through much of the day on Friday, possibly into early Saturday. This is part of a developing weather system along the coast. We'll be fine-tuning the details over the next few days.