An area of low pressure to the west will gradually approach the region today, but ahead of this feature it will remain mild with more clouds than sunshine. A few spots will get a shower or thunderstorm, but most of this activity will be to the west of the Triangle.
A cool front will diminish in intensity before it reaches the Triangle and this will keep us in a warm pattern for the early part of the week. Instability will remain high enough that we could have a spotty shower Monday afternoon, but this threat will diminish as we enter the evening hours.
There will be a better chance for showers on Tuesday as a stronger disturbance and frontal system approaches the region. Then, it is expected to become drier on Wednesday and Thursday.
Have a great evening!