A Wet Tuesday

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A storm moving east along the border of Arkansas and Missouri has a southward trailing cold front and will cause the warm front to lift northward slowly through Georgia and South Carolina. This will eventually lead to a steadier rain and in some spots a thunderstorm during the morning.

The storm will pass just south of central North Carolina later tomorrow. The rain should taper to spotty showers this afternoon.

Then as the storm redevelops along the coast of the Outer Banks tomorrow night, another round of rain will develop across the region.

An upper-level storm forming over West Virginia will cause upper-level temperatures to become much colder, and the air aloft will turn cold enough so that snow will start to mix with the rain late tomorrow night into Wednesday morning. The center of the upper-level low is projected to move southeast and pass just north of central North Carolina Wednesday morning. If this upper-level low were to track just a bit more to the south, the mixed precipitation Wednesday morning could change to all snow leaving a small accumulation.

The whole system will start to move off to the east away from central North Carolina Wednesday afternoon. As the system moves away, drier air will start to move in from the west. This will lead to a break in the clouds Wednesday night then partly sunny and dry weather for Thursday.

High pressure building in from the west will help maintain this dry stable weather pattern for Thursday night and Friday.

Another large storm system will move into the Rockies by the end of the week. This storm will move east with a trailing cold front, and the whole system should bring increasing cloudiness on Saturday then some wet weather Saturday night and Sunday. If this storm moves slowly, then there might still be the chance for some wet weather Monday of next week.

Have a great day!
Brittany Bell

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