A large storm system moving into Texas and the lower Mississippi River Valley this weekend will be the feature bringing more cloud cover to Central North Carolina tonight and on Sunday. It looks like rain will hold off from that system until Sunday night, but there will be a little rain not too far off to the south and west of the Triangle in the afternoon. After a rainy Sunday night, there may be little if any rain on Monday as the moisture gets pushed back to the south. We will have to keep an eye on this though.
A storm forming over the southwestern Tennessee Valley will move northeastward on Monday night and Tuesday with a large area of rain and thunderstorms. This wet and potentially stormy weather will move across Central North Carolina on Monday night into Tuesday. If the whole weather system moves fast enough, drier weather might start to show up over the region by later in the day on Tuesday. This dry weather should last into Wednesday ahead of yet another cold front.
An arctic cold front moving into the Plains states early next week will sweep eastward and move through Central North Carolina sometime on Thursday. This might bring a few sprinkles, then much colder weather for Thursday night and Friday of next week.
Have a great Sunday!