Jim’s First Alert Forecast: Dodging raindrops Wednesday; Chillier air Thursday

Rain totals will likely average around 1/2″ on Wednesday
First Alert Forecast for Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Published: Nov. 29, 2022 at 7:15 PM EST|Updated: Nov. 30, 2022 at 9:23 AM EST
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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Heading into your Wednesday morning, air temperatures will start off in the mid 50s. An approaching cold front will bring scattered showers from mid morning through mid afternoon. Make sure you have the ponchos, rain jackets, umbrellas and even the rain boots in handy. Some backyards could pick up to a half inch of rain. By late afternoon, the showers will begin to clear the area, allowing for crisp, cool and drier air to move in from the west Wednesday night.

Sunny weather will return in full by Thursday and Friday. The cold front will drive our daytime highs down into the low 50s Thursday and the upper 50s by Friday. Overnight lows Thursday night into Friday morning will fall to near freezing, so if you park outside, you may want to wake up early Friday to warm up the car and clear the windshield of any frost. Air temps will warm up into the weekend, with just a slight chance of rain Saturday evening to Sunday morning.


Cloudy, breezy and mild. Periods of rain from mid morning through mid afternoon. High of 68. Wind: SW 10-20. Rain chance 80%.


Sunny and much cooler with a cool north breeze. High of 51. Wind: NNW 7-12.


Sunny and cool. High of 57. Wind: NW 4-8.


Mostly cloudy skies. High of 72. Wind: SW 5-10. Rain chance: 20%.


Partly cloudy and cooler. High of 59. Wind: SW 5-10

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