Changes for the weekend

>> Friday, November 03, 2017

Friday will be another very warm early November day across the region with piedmont highs in the upper 70s  to lower 80s and mountain highs well into the 60s. However, a cold front is approaching, and that front will quickly slide through the region tonight. 

A few showers or storms could accompany that front in the mountains and foothills this afternoon and evening, but the piedmont will remain warm and largely dry. 

High pressure will wedge down the Eastern Seaboard behind the front Saturday. The result will be a typical Carolina wedge day with clouds, much cooler temperatures, and some light rain or drizzle at times. Temperatures in the Triad region will likely be in the 50s all day with the Charlotte area likely in the 60s.

The wedge breaks down Sunday, and highs Monday will be comparable to what we are seeing for highs this afternoon. 

Another cool, wedge scenario then looks on tap by Wednesday and Thursday next week. 


Still mild

>> Thursday, November 02, 2017

Mild weather continues until a wedge set up Saturday.

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November gets off to a mild start

>> Wednesday, November 01, 2017

October is in the books, and all totaled up, temperatures in many Carolina locations ran around 3 degrees above average. Precipitation amounts varied, but in general, many areas were pretty close to average October precipitation amounts.

Highs will run a bit above average around the region through Friday with lots of piedmont highs in the 70s. 

A cold front will approach late Friday, and some showers are possible in the mountains Friday afternoon and evening. High pressure will wedge down the Eastern Seaboard behind that front, and Saturday could be a cooler, cloudy day for many in the region as we wedge sets up. 

That wedge will then erode, and above average temperatures will resume for early next week.


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