Saturday brings a few morning clouds to some; then sunshine returns for most of the day. Still chilly. Highs only manage around 50 in most spots, give or take a few. Maybe middle 50s along the Southside.
Here’s where the forecast gets interesting. More clouds roll back in Saturday night ahead of a system that will bring the Carolina's rain on Sunday, we’ll be just far enough north we feel for most areas to get rain. (Southside stands the greatest risk of a shower on Sunday. We should also mention that if the moisture arrives early enough some locations – the southern mountains – may get a brief period of a wintry mix before the temperatures climb Sunday afternoon). Overnight Sunday and Monday, everyone stands a slightly better chance to see a shower, but even here the chance is still somewhat slim.
A high pressure system will set up over the Northeast on Monday which will bring back the wedge for us on Monday afternoon. A few showers are also possible here, too. Bigger opportunity for rain arrives on Tuesday and this could be a soaker. Some models are projecting up to 2” of rain! We’ll take that.
Clouds continue to hang around Wednesday, Thursday. Ahead of, and with the next boundary that moves in. This, too, brings the opportunity for a few showers. Behind the boundary, MUCH colder temperatures. In fact, the coldest we’ve seen this season is possible for Friday and next weekend.
Today's Record Temperatures