NC 3-16-12

As the clouds clear this morning, daytime heating will allow temperatures to reach 70 degrees by midday to early afternoon.  At the same time, an upper level disturbance will pass overhead.  These two factors will lead to the development of more thunderstorms across the area that are capable of producing high winds, heavy rain, and hail.  It will be very similar to yesterday.

A backdoor front meanders south this weekend, moving through the region and bringing about more showers for Saturday and Sunday.  Temperatures remain very mild, but Sunday will be a little cooler once the front has moved through.

We see a return to gorgeous weather for the first half of next week.  High pressure settles back in and sunshine and unseasonably warm temperatures return to the delight of most everyone.

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