MONDAY: Mostly sunny. High: mid-upper 40s. Other than some snow showers lifting over the mountains behind a cold front, I think Monday is probably the last snow event we'll deal with until sometime late in the year. Fortunately we dodged a bullet this go around, and this storm system is tracking so far south and east that the precipitation is staying well south and east of our area.
Looking ahead, temperatures for the week ahead are expected to remain below or at normal, Avery said. Look for many to drop into the mid20s.
Tuesday will be dry with partly sunny skies. High near 23°C/73°F, low near 17°C/62°F.
Sunday: Wintry mix in the morning, changing to drizzle and spotty rain showers during the afternoon. Clouds will thin out and will give way to some sunshine to end off the day! High temperatures will once again be on the chilly side in the mid to upper 40s.
There is a chance for sprinkles and flurries before 8 p.m. Monday night, then flurries through 1 a.m., as the low falls to around 25. Right now, there is a chance of rain in the forecast for Friday evening as another storm system will push through the area, we could hear a few rumbles of thunder at times.
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Raleigh will see rain most of the day Saturday and temperatures will peak before noon in the mid-50s. The winds will start to taper off in the overnight hours.
Clouds will grow back in tonight as we'll likely deal with a few light spotty showers after midnight.
In Wellington and temperatures during the day will only peak at 13 degrees both Tuesday and Wednesday with areas of rain and cold windy southerlies.
The warm-up really gets going Sunday, with a predicted high of 48 degrees, and predictions of 50-plus degrees into the week. Low pressure approaching from the northwest will lift some Gulf of Mexico moisture into rather tightly wedged cold air.