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High pressure building in from the northwest will help bring a more northerly flow of cooler air today. Despite plenty of sunshine, temperatures will be held back the upper 50s today, almost 10 degrees lower than yesterday.

The high will move east of the region tonight and then tomorrow lower-level winds will turn more out of the south. This will help usher in a warmer flow of air and readings will be back into the 60s tomorrow afternoon with a partly sunny sky. It will be great weather for the Parade tomorrow.

A storm will track northeast into the Appalachians tomorrow night. This front will move through central North Carolina around daybreak Sunday. Ahead of this front, clouds will increase tomorrow night and there will be a few showers mostly between Midnight and daybreak Sunday morning.

In the wake of that front, dry air will sweep in and bring a clearing sky on Sunday along with another surge of cooler air. High temperatures on Sunday will run close to 10 degrees lower than tomorrow. The high pressure area building into the Plains states during Sunday will bring a stronger surge of cold air into central North Carolina Sunday night and most places outside the downtown regions will experience freezing temperatures.

High pressure will hold over the region early next week and this will provide a dry and settled weather pattern on Monday with plenty of sunshine but chilly daytime high temperatures. The high pressure area will start to move off to the east during Tuesday followed by a slightly warmer flow of air.

Another cold front is due to move through the region Tuesday night then move east and south. Drier air is projected to move into the region, but the front will should stall near the coast.

This front might stall near the coast and if a storm were to form on that front, Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day could turn out cloudier and wet weather might be just east of central North Carolina.

However, most computer information seems to keep the front just far enough to the east that both Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day look dry at this point.

Have a great Friday and see you at the parade!


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