Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
Medical | By Garry George

Drier and not as chilly with some sunshine on Wednesday

Drier and not as chilly with some sunshine on Wednesday

Our high temperatures on Wednesday will be in the mid to upper 40s. A cold front that started to move through Tuesday will finish moving south overnight and everyone in central North Carolina will be colder Wednesday. We'll go from the mid 50s at sunrise, to upper 40s by sunset.

Rain should clear up by afternoon.

Sunny skies should be back with us Thursday and high temperatures should warm to near 60 Thursday afternoon. The forecast looks attractive for the Veteran's Day Parade, with cool temperatures and low chances for showers.

As a cold front moves through the state Tuesday, there will be a wide range in temperatures across central North Carolina. The fall feel carries over into next week with highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s. Cold air settles into the region overnight, and widespread 20s are possible Saturday morning! The high will be 56, after a morning low of 45.

Our next mostly sunny day still looks to be Friday. Your chances for rain are not great, only 20%, and most likely realized to the North of I-10. Local amounts 2 to 4 cm of snow is expected. It remains very chilly with plenty of sun for Saturday.

Temperatures will remain a bit below average through the weekend as another storm system brings scattered rain showers to the area.

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