A low pressure area will pass just west and north of Central North Carolina during tonight causing some rain and drizzle this evening.
Once this feature moves away, drier air will force the wet weather east and out of the region.
An area of high pressure will move eastward and build over the eastern United States on Sunday. This will bring a dry and very stable weather pattern across the region. The afternoon will be milder, with temperatures near or just above 60, which is slightly above average.
Another strong upper-level storm system will be entering the western U.S. on Sunday. This will cause upper-level winds over the Gulf of Mexico and over the southeastern U.S. to back more out of the southwest again. In addition to that, an upper-level high pressure will build over Florida and over the southeastern U.S early next week.
This will promote unusual warmth during the first half of next week.
Temperatures will be into the mid and upper 70s Tuesday and Wednesday.
Unseasonably warm temperatures will continue into Thursday.
Have a great evening!