Cool Temps End the Week

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A large dome of high pressure centered over the western Atlantic will be the steering mechanism for storms to ride northward along the East Coast over the next several days.

The first of these storms will be over Florida today and will move northward along the coast tonight.

Ahead of this storm, southeasterly winds will funnel clouds across the Carolinas. The storm over Florida will move northward tonight and, while most of the rain will remain east of Interstate 95, a few showers will move across the Triangle.

This storm will race off to the northeast by dawn Wednesday and high pressure will build back over the region. Temperatures will be right around average and the travel weather should be good with a mix of clouds and sunshine.

This area of high pressure will help promote a flow of dry and chilly air across the state Wednesday night and Thanksgiving Day.

Temperatures Wednesday night will fall into the middle 30s and will only recover to around 50 on Thanksgiving. Even though the temperature will be below average for Thanksgiving, there will be lots of sunshine.

The next storm that will move across Florida on Thanksgiving will move off the East Coast Friday and Saturday.

At this point, it appears that this storm will remain far enough to the east that it won't have any impact on the weather across the Triangle. It will warm up back to near average by the end of the weekend.

Have a great Tuesday!

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