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In the Comfort Zone, For Now

Dan Stillman @ 1:05 PM

Enjoy it while it lasts. Comfortable conditions will continue through tomorrow, before a cold front brings a good chance of rain on Friday and ushers in noticeably cooler air for the weekend.


Forecast Confidence: High-Very HighPartly cloudy, comfortable. After morning fog and haze, we'll see a partly cloudy day, but like yesterday the clouds will be thin enough to allow some sun to shine through. Highs should reach 60-63. Tonight, cloudy with lows 50-55 and fog developing again during the overnight hours.


Forecast Confidence: Medium-HighStill nice. Another round of morning fog and haze is possible. Then, thickening clouds as a cold front approaches from the Midwest. You may also notice an increasing breeze from the south, especially compared to the nearly calm winds we've had for several days now. Highs in the mid 60s, and a late afternoon or evening shower isn't out of the question. Overnight, cloudy with rain chances increasing toward morning. Lows in the mid-to-upper 50s.


Forecast Confidence: MediumRainy day? At the very least Friday looks showery, if not downright rainy. The exact track of a low-pressure center developing along the cold front will determine just how light or heavy the rainfall will be. Highs may reach the low-to-mid 60s before the front comes through, and it will be quite breezy. Overnight, the rain departs, skies clear, and a brisk breeze from the northwest drops temperatures to a low in the upper 30s to near 40.

The Weekend

Forecast Confidence: Medium-HighMuch cooler. Saturday looks to be mostly sunny, breezy and cool with highs near 50. Saturday night, clear and cold with diminishing winds and lows in the low 30s in town, mid-to-upper 20s in the burbs. For now, the forecast for Sunday is partly sunny with highs approaching 50. But we'll have to keep our eye on a possible coastal storm developing to the south, which may or may not impact us late Sunday or Monday.

Snow Lover's Crystal Ball

Next Chance of Accumulating Snow: Sunday, December 3rd - Tuesday, December 5th
Probability: 10%
Potential Impact:

Commentary: A couple of models are indicating the potential for a storm to develop off the North Carolina coast and move northward during the late Sunday or Monday time frame. If the storm does develop, it may stay off the coast and not affect us at all. But should it track closer, temperatures could be close enough to freezing to make things interesting.

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