‘It’s going to be wet’ – Cooler temps, rain for Monday
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — As a cold front slipped through overnight, rain has become widespread behind the front.
Lows will drop into the middle to upper 50s and on Monday temperatures won’t rebound much. It will be cloudy and rainy on Monday with highs near 60. Rainfall amounts should average less than one half of an inch.
High pressure will then build in and skies will be sunny for Tuesday. Another weather system will move toward the state by late Wednesday. So, clouds will roll back in on Wednesday and some afternoon showers will develop. The best chances of showers will be on Thursday. Temperatures will be milder by Thursday with highs back into the upper 60s.
That system will move away early on Friday, so Friday will have clearing skies which will set us up for a dry weekend. High pressure will build in for next weekend and it will be cooler with highs dropping back into the 50s and lows back into the 30s.
Rest of Tonight will be cloudy with rain developing. The overnight low will be 56. Winds will be become north around 5 mph after midnight. The rain risk will become 70 percent.
Monday will be cloudy and cooler with occasional rain. The high will be near 60. Winds will be north-northeast 5 to 8 mph. The rain risk will be 90 percent.
Monday Night will be clearing and chilly, any rain will end early in the evening. The overnight will be 38. Winds will be light out of the northeast.
Tuesday will be sunny. The high will be 60; winds will be east-southeast around 5 mph.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with PM showers possible. The high will be 61; after a morning low of 42. The rain risk will be 40 percent.
Thursday will be cloudy with showers likely. The high will be 68; after a morning low of 52. The rain risk will be 70 percent.
Friday will have decreasing clouds. The high will be 60; after a morning low of 49.
Saturday will be sunny and cooler. The high will be 57; after a morning low of 38.
Next Sunday will be mostly sunny. The high will be 55; after a morning low of 35.
This forecast was prepared by the CBS North Carolina weather 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.