NC 3-26-12

After a pretty crummy weekend, we see a return to gorgeous weather today, albeit cooler than last week.  A dry cold front is going to cross through the region today.  Other than some breezy northwest winds, it will go unnoticed as sunshine and mild-ish temps start the week off right. 

High pressure builds in behind the front today, leading to clear skies and calm winds tonight.  Lows overnight will be fairly chilly and some of the valley locations could see some frost by tomorrow morning.  Abundant sunshine is in store again for tomorrow and temperatures should be similar to today.

Wednesday will see unseasonable temperatures return ahead of an advancing cold front.  Highs will be in the upper 60’s for a lot of places but cloud cover will increase throughout the afternoon.  The dynamics with this system aren’t that great so only scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected beginning in the late afternoon and evening hours.

The front will be out of here by Thursday and we’ll see gorgeous weather return for Thursday and Friday before another system brings rain into the picture for the weekend again.

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