General Discussion: A stout area of surface high pressure is still centered over the North Carolina and South Carolina general region. It looks to generally stay anchored over that region through late on Friday, then looks to lose its grip and move further east. A cold front then looks to sweep into the region from the west on Saturday, accompanied with some showers mainly during the day on Saturday. Behind this cold front, a cooler and more seasonable airmass looks to filter into the region on Sunday into early next week. This area looks to be located on the west side of this area of surface high pressure centered over the Carolina’s region through the rest of the work week, resulting in southerly flow and abnormally warm temperatures. Temperatures for the rest of the work week look to top out in the upper 70’s to maybe even 80 degrees in a few locations in our region.
Temperatures made it all the way up into the upper 70’s today areawide. This coupled with a light breeze and sunny skies made today a downright beautiful and enjoyable fall day to be out and about.
Tonight looks to be very nice with mostly clear skies and a light southerly breeze.
Tomorrow: High-78 Low-51
Tomorrow looks to basically shape up to be a carbon copy of today, though may be a degree or two cooler in some spots. Bottom line, tomorrow looks to be another abnormally warm and beautiful fall day in the area.