Sunny Sunday, clouds back Monday

Weather

The coldest morning of the year occurred Saturday morning with lows in the lower 20s.  It will be cold Saturday night into Sunday morning, but it will be in the upper 20s instead. 

On Saturday, the high in the Triangle was 54 after a morning low of 22.  Fayetteville had a high of 54 after a morning low of 23.  The normal high this time of year is 57 with a normal low of 35.

High pressure will back away on Sunday night allowing clouds to roll in in advance of our next weather maker.  Monday will be cloudy with a couple showers, but the main area of rain will arrive Monday night through Tuesday morning.  Another system will move through on Wednesday with showers around; and the cold front that comes through late Wednesday will usher in colder and drier air for Thursday and Friday.

Next weekend will still have below normal temperatures with only a slight chance of a rain or snow shower on Saturday. 

FORECAST

Tonight will be clear and cold. The overnight low will be 29.  Winds will be light out of the southwest.          

Tomorrow will be sunny.  The high will be 59, winds will be southwest 5 to 10 mph.               

Sunday Night will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy.  The overnight low will be 40. Winds will be southwest 3 to 5 mph.              

Monday will be cloudy with a couple showers possible.  The high will be 54. Winds will be southwest to south 5 to 8 mph.                      

Monday Night will be cloudy with rain. The overnight low will be 46. Winds will be southeast 3 to 8 mph.        

Tuesday will be mostly cloudy with rain, mainly in the morning. The high will be 65.                

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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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