A Sunny But Chilly Wednesday

A cold front will push through eastern North Carolina early Wednesday reinforcing the chilly air across the area. High pressure will give the area lots of sunshine Wednesday but highs will stay in the upper 40s. Clouds will increase Wednesday night as a weak area of low pressure along the Gulf Coast spreads some moisture in our direction. We could see a bit of light rain across our southern counties early Thursday. A few inland locations may see a few flurries mixed with the rain but no problems are expected.


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  • by Anonymous on Jan 5, 2011 at 04:35 AM
    Now that is a good heading and makes a lot of sense! Good. But is it going to be quiet too?
  • by Really? Location: DC on Jan 4, 2011 at 07:32 PM
    For later this week, it looks like rain if anything, perhaps some flurries if it gets cold enough, but this system seems to be pretty moisture starved. Should be nothing major. The really interesting weather looks to be coming next week when there looks to be a "chance" that 1 or 2 pieces of energy have the chance to develop off shore. The suite of models are all over the place with one sending a storm toward Chicago and another sending it screaming out into the Atlantic. The atmosphere is very energized right now and very chaotic so model uncertainty as a result is very high and further than 3 days out. This is still far out and could and will probably change, but worth noting.
  • by Anonymous on Jan 4, 2011 at 05:02 PM
    I have been hearing different things about wednesday until friday night. Is it going to snow? Really?, Steve, Brandon? Ben senclair don't bother!
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