>> Friday, March 21, 2014
Look for sunshine and mild temps today....great stuff. Highs will push well into the 70s for our Saturday around the region just ahead of an incoming cold front, and then it will turn much chillier for Sunday, especially across North Carolina.
We will also have a small chance of a late afternoon shower tomorrow, but then some showers are likely Sunday with those chillier temps.
Monday will be chilly and dry, and then we will see our next system approach Tuesday.
There is still the chance of a little snow with that one in parts of our region, but the trend on recent modeling has been for this system to really strengthen once it exits our region and turn into a huge winter storm for parts of the Northeast. If this is the case, snow amounts around here would be light.
But I remind you that the disturbances responsible for this system have yet to enter the North America observation network, so some changes are likely over the next few days. Stay tuned.
Please see the video for all of the graphics to go along with this discussion: