High pressure dominating the area today will drift to the northeast turning our winds more easterly by tomorrow. Clouds have already started to drift in from the south as a coastal low strengthens off the Carolina coastline.
Overnight, expect skies to be partly cloudy especially in the south. Temperatures will still get to the low to mid 40s.
The low pressure system along the coastline will make a move to the north through the day tomorrow. This will allow clouds to dim our sunshine especially into the late afternoon. Highs should reach the low to maybe a few mid 60s.
WET END TO THE WEEK
Easterly flow sets up and becomes pretty persistent for several days keeping low level moisture in place. This in combination with the low pressure system moving up the coast will result in light showers and drizzle to develop Wednesday night and continue into possibly the start of the weekend. Highs will be stuck in the 50s for Thursday and possibly Friday. Saturday we see improving conditions through the day and finally by Sunday should see more sunshine and drier weather return to the area.
Early next week we get a brief warm up into the low 70s before a cold front knocks temps back to the 60s by Wednesday.
We need the rain and what we get looks to be light but steady. We’ll have an idea of how much we could get tomorrow.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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