After a brief cool down on Sunday, another seventy degree day is on tap for this Monday. Some fog and clouds will be around in the morning. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for the Sandhills and southern Coastal Plain until 9 am. Skies will then become partly cloudy with mild southwest winds. The high today will be 72 with our normal high this time of year now at 57.
A cold front will move through in the early evening and there will be slight chance of a light rain shower during the evening.
Behind the front for Tuesday, it will turn colder with highs 20 degrees cooler on Tuesday.
Low pressure will move across the Southeast on Wednesday and will bring a chance of a chilly rain across central North Carolina. Rainfall amounts are expected to be less than 1/2 of an inch, but we will take whatever we can get since it has been so dry.
Any rain will end during the afternoon on Wednesday, and it will be dry on Thursday will highs in the lower 50s.
A warming trend will commence on Friday with highs in the lower 60s and lower 70s will be back by Saturday. A cold front will move through Saturday night, so a PM shower will be possible on Saturday and could linger to Sunday morning before skies clear out during Sunday afternoon.
Today will be mostly cloudy early with some fog, then become partly sunny. The high will be 72. Winds will be southwest 10 to 20 mph.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of an evening shower. The overnight low will be 37. Winds will be north 5 to 10 mph.
Tomorrow will be partly sunny and colder. The high will be 52. Winds will be northeast 5 to 10 mph.
Tomorrow Night will be mostly cloudy. The overnight low will be 38. Winds will be east-northeast around 5 mph.
Wednesday will be cloudy with rain possible, any rain ends during the afternoon. The high will be 47. Winds will be east then become northwest around 5 mph.
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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.