>> Friday, November 26, 2010
Black Friday began in mild, breezy fashion with Piedmont temps surging up into the 60s ahead of an advancing cold front. That front will continues to move through the region today, and we will continue to have the chance of some showers into this afternoon. A few rumbles of thunder can't be ruled out, but there is not enough instability in place for a big worry with thunderstorms.
Temperatures will begin to drop this afternoon, and by the time Saturday morning arrives, most spots will be below freezing.
Sunshine will abound tomorrow and Sunday with highs in the 50s. Lows will remain below freezing through Monday morning.
Our next storm system will roll through Tuesday and Wednesday next week. Look for shower chances both days, and some storms look like a possibility Tuesday night into early Wednesday.
Much colder air will flow in here later Wednesday, and the rain could change to snow up in the mountains prior to ending. We will have another chilly, primarily sunny couple of days to finish next week.