Cold high pressure across the Great Lakes will push a chilly flow of northerly air into eastern North Carolina through the weekend. An area of low pressure across the southern Plains will move eastward and spread rain into western North Carolina through Saturday evening.
The clouds and rain will hold temperatures in the 40°s for most areas Sunday. In fact, some snow may fall just across the border in southern Virginia by Saturday night. The precipitation will taper off late Sunday but not before leaving much of our area with an inch of rainfall. There could be another round of rain on Monday.
Much of next week is looking unsettled with periodic rain and dry conditions with a gradual warming in temperatures. But expect temperatures to remain below normal this upcoming week.
Frost could be an issue early Monday and Tuesday morning. We'll keep you updated on that potential.
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