High pressure will remain overhead so expect another cold night tonight. Lows in the upper teens and low 20s.
The next storm system to impact our weather is currently producing wintry weather across the Pacific Northwest. There has been significant snow and ice from Portland, Oregon, to Seattle, Washington. This storm is expected to spread wintry weather across the entire northern portion of the country. However, temperatures will significantly rise in Central North Carolina ahead of the storm. So, by the time we have any precipitation, it will be near 60 on Monday. There will not be a lot of rain with this storm, so only a trace to a quarter inch expected.
An active pattern is expected through the middle of the week with chances for a shower Tuesday and Wednesday. Another push of cold air seems likely toward the end of the week where highs will be in the low 40s again.
Have a great Sunday!