Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 7:01AM
Moving in the Right Direction
A front is moving south today keeping a continuation of the mostly cloudy conditions and proverbial mention of an isolated rain shower. Clouds decrease tonight with a few sunny breaks not out of the question by late afternoon. Monday brings lots of sun, though a touch cooler. The next chance for widespread rain is Wednesday. We're getting there...all out Spring next weekend!
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Hi: 68 Lo: 45
Lots of clouds; A leftover shower possible; Decreasing clouds at night; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 62 Lo: 39
Mostly sunny; Very nice; NW wind 10-15 mph, gusty at times
Hi: 66 Lo: 47
Increasing PM clouds; Rain arriving late Tuesday night; Light wind
Hi: 57 Lo: 48
Generally cloudy; Rain likely; Cool
Hi: 63 Lo: 46
Mostly cloudy; Widely scattered showers
Friday - Morning clouds; Becoming mostly sunny; Milder; High in the upper 60s; Low in the mid 40s
Saturday - Sunny & pleasant; High in the lower 70s; Low in the upper 40s
An area of low pressure is moving south through the Carolinas today. It brings a subtle cool front with it turning our wind to the northwest and slowly scouring the low clouds. With the frontal passage we cannot rule out a few showers or periods of light rain mainly through the early afternoon hours.
Monday and Tuesday bring ample sunshine though a continuation of cooler than normal temperatures.
For the middle of the week, low pressure marches along the Gulf Coast from Texas to to the Florida Panhandle and then turns up the East coast. Moisture returns late Tuesday in the form of clouds with rain arriving early Wednesday morning. Wednesday is cool and wet.
Thursday, the bulk of the moisture moves east as the low exits northwards. However, upper disturbances fill-in behind the departing low on a northwest flow aloft. Scattered to widely scattered showers are a result.
Friday into the weekend looks very nice. Temperatures finally rebound to seasonal norms and we make-up for the late April cool spell.
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