Stormy Start to Work Week

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First Alert Morning Forecast: March 27
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Stormy start to work week.

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- Good morning! After rain and thunderstorms this morning, a cold front will bring temperatures back down toward historical averages before yet another late-week warmup.

Morning rain and storms will wrap around the Triangle closer to sunrise, with some lingering showers and thunder possible through midmorning. Behind this rain, the rest of the day will feature a little sunshine, with highs around 76.

Afternoon sun will lead to a little more instability this afternoon. As the cold front approaches late this afternoon, a thin line of frontal thundershowers will be possible during the late-day/early evening timeframe.

Otherwise, clouds will break tonight with lowering humidity, making for a mild but not overly uncomfortable night ahead of a possible reprieve on Tuesday.

Another disturbance passing nearby Tuesday is likely to throw some extra clouds our way. Rain chances will hold off until Tuesday evening/night.

Wednesday and Thursday should be fairly nice, with temperatures rising to near our historical average in the upper 60s.

The next significant storm looks to arrive for Saturday, with increasing model agreement on a warm front passing to our north very early Friday, but rain waiting for the cold front Saturday morning and possibly into the evening. Highs will be near 80 Saturday.

Enjoy your day!

Kweilyn Murphy