A dry and seasonal Sunday, bit of light rain possible Monday


Showers rumbled through central North Carolina Friday night and skies cleared on Saturday.  Most areas received a half inch of rain overnight.  Dry conditions are expected on Sunday, but a bit of light rain will be possible on Monday.

On Saturday, the high in the Triangle was 59 at midnight, the morning low was 49.  Fayetteville had a high of 62 right after midnight, the morning low was 47.  The normal high this time of year is 52 with a normal low of 31.

A weak system with clouds will move through on Monday.  Any rainfall will be light. Skies will clear on Monday night and then generally dry weather with below normal temperatures will be around for the rest of the work week.

By next weekend, rain will be back on Saturday; and then skies will be clearing on Sunday which is Ground Hog Day.


Tonight will be mostly clear and cold. The overnight low will be 34. Winds will be west 3 to 5 mph.         

Tomorrow will be sunny.  The high will be 52, winds will be west 5 to 10 mph.               

Sunday Night will be partly cloudy.  The overnight low will be 37. Winds will be southwest 3 to 5 mph.             

Monday will be mostly cloudy with a bit of rain possible.  The high will be 52. Winds will be southwest then west 5 to 8 mph.                   

Monday Night will be partly cloudy.  The overnight low will be 34. Winds will be northwest around 5 mph.        

Tuesday will be mostly sunny.  The high will be 50.                

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This forecast was prepared by the CBS 17 Storm Team and is based on the latest information available and years of weather forecasting in North Carolina. It was not produced by a computer like many forecasts you find on the web, social media and smart phone apps.

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