Tonight: Partly Cloudy. Isolated Rain/Snow Shower. Low 28.
Saturday: Mostly Sunny. Cold. Windy. High 46.
Sunday: Mostly Sunny. High 55.
Monday: Clouds Increase. Shower Possible Late. High 58.
Tuesday: Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Showers Possible. High 62.
Wednesday: Heavy Rain and Thunderstorms Likely. High 66.
Overall high pressure will colder, drier air will build over the southeastern U.S. through the weekend. One caveat will be a fast moving clipper system that will bring a small chance of a few rain showers or snow flurries to the Piedmont Friday afternoon into Friday night. These type of systems have very little moisture to work with. We will see mainly some extra clouds.
As high pressure builds into the area Saturday, the sky will clear out and we'll see plenty of sunshine. In spite of the ample sun, it'll still be a chilly day with highs in the mid 40s. A warming trend will begin Sunday, with highs in the mid 50s, under mostly sunny skies.
The high pressure will move off shore Monday and allow surface winds to turn to the south and southwest. Temperatures will warm quickly into the 60s for Tuesday and Wednesday. An approaching cold front will bring a shower and storm chance by Wednesday.
The normal high is 56, and the normal low is 35.