The disturbance I mentioned on Friday that was forecasted to to create clouds and fog for the region today has stayed far enough away as to not do any of that, at least for now. High pressure is wedged down the lee side of the Appalachians though, which is going to make for a cool, albeit mostly sunny, Monday.
A wave of low pressure will develop off the NC coast overnight and it looks like we will see clouds and fog early on tomorrow. It's also going to be rather chilly in the morning. The fog and clouds should burn off quickly though and sunshine returns in the late morning again. Temperatures will be warmer than today as highs will be near normal.
A cold front is slated to move through Wednesday night. Showers and thunderstorms commence Wednesday afternoon and last into the overnight hours. Precip amounts with this system don't look all that impressive, with a half inch being on the upper end of the range.
Thursday will start off with continued cloud cover, but the skies should clear in the afternoon once the cold front progresses off far enough to the east. Temps will remain below normal though.
High pressure on Friday will make for a pleasant end to the work week. Sunshine will persist but temps once again will be a few degrees below normal. Not too bad.
As of right now, it looks like we'll have to contend with a disturbance to our west that will bring enough moisture into the region to create cloud cover and scattered showers.