Scattered, light showers are traipsing across the northern Piedmont, from the Triad to Blue Ridge, this morning. Drizzly weather will continue through lunchtime, but total rainfall is really unimpressive… less than 0.10″. By afternoon, the rain will end and we’ll have cloudy skies for the commute home. Highs are going to be in the mid-60’s.
Thursday will offer a better chance of seeing some sunshine after a cloudy start to the day. With highs in the lower-70’s, it’ll be a great afternoon to spend time outside.
Plenty of high clouds will be around through the day on Friday, but daytime highs will be in the mid-70’s.
A cold front moving in Saturday brings a 50% chance of rain and even a few thunderstorms. By Sunday, the sunshine returns along with cooler, more seasonable temperatures. Afternoon highs on Saturday will be near 70°, then we chill down to the mid-50’s on Sunday!
We return to warmer-than-normal temperatures by the beginning of the work week with highs in the lower- to mid-60’s. Monday will be dry and partly cloudy, but we’ll pull out the umbrellas again by Tuesday afternoon as scattered showers pop up in the forecast again.