Shower chances knocking on the door....

>> Thursday, March 25, 2010

High clouds are increasing and thickening today as our next storm system approaches. There is at least a limited severe weather threat today off to our west, especially in Mississippi and western Alabama, and while we won't see severe weather here, we will see showers as soon as tonight.

Today will be mild and breezy with highs in the lower 70s for most, even mid 70s in the eastern Carolinas. The bulk of the shower activity will be this evening and tonight, but I can't rule out a late-afternoon shower in the western and southern Piedmont.

Shower chances will end for most of us tomorrow morning, and our highs tomorrow will likely occur tomorrow morning with temps falling through the 50s tomorrow afternoon.

Lows Saturday morning will likely be close to the freezing mark in many locations. Highs will warm toward the upper 50s Saturday afternoon with lots of sun.

Our next system quickly rolls in Sunday. Sunday could begin with some drizzle, and rain will arrive as the day unfolds. Whether or not the rain will linger into Monday remains a question mark at this point.

Sunshine will return, along with milder temps, by the middle of next week.


  © Blogger templates Shiny by 2008

Back to TOP