Published: 4.26.15 6:44am
Good Morning Folks! A handful of showers are present across the region this morning, however they will not last long as gradual clearing takes place throughout the day, with the bulk of the action off to the east by midday. Temps will be warmer than yesterday as they push into the mid 50’s – upper 60’s depending upon elevation, with a steady wind out of the west around 10 – 20mph. Some clouds will linger across the region this afternoon, however once we dip into the evening hours we will find mostly clear skies setting up shop. This will translate into overnight lows dipping into the upper 30’s – mid 40’s depending upon elevation.
Monday and Tuesday start off the school and work week in style, with mostly sunny skies overhead and cooler than normal temps across most of SW NC. Temps will only rise to the low 50’s – mid 60’s each afternoon, with steady wind out of the west making it feel even cooler in the shaded areas. Overnight lows will also be somewhat chilly as they dip into the low – upper 40’s each night, with mostly clear skies overhead Monday night and mostly cloudy skies overhead Tuesday. Reason clouds will develop overnight into Wednesday is due to the increasing moisture pushing into the region from the south, ahead of the scattered showers expected to arrive Wednesday.
We don’t expect a washout Wednesday, just enough showers to make folks consider changing outdoor plans as rainfall totals could surpass a... click here for more