TEMPERATURE SWING— Robert Johnson (@RobJohnsonABC11) October 24, 2020
Tomorrow will be 20 degrees cooler than today. Keep the umbrella handy too. pic.twitter.com/bDOu7Wlgax
Tomorrow will feel much more like fall. It'll be damp and cool with periods of rain which will be heaviest in the morning and midday hours. Highs will remain in the low 60s. By tomorrow night, it'll be mostly cloudy with a drizzle around and patchy fog developing late in the night.
Monday starts off cloudy but those clouds will break for sunshine by the afternoon, warming temperatures up into the low 70s. Tuesday will feature even more sunshine with highs near 80.
Wednesday will be partly cloudy and seasonable.
By Thursday/Friday, some rain showers from the remnants of what is currently Tropical Depression 28 (soon to be Tropical Storm Zeta) may arrive in the Carolinas. There is still a lot of uncertainty attached to this part of the forecast, but we'll keep you updated.
TROPICS UPDATE— Robert Johnson (@RobJohnsonABC11) October 24, 2020
Tropical Depression 28 has formed in the Caribbean Sea. Will become Tropical Storm #Zeta by tomorrow, then may make landfall or move near the Yucatan Peninsula. Yet again, Gulf Coast (especially Louisiana) need to stay weather aware. N.C. could see rain Thu/Fri. pic.twitter.com/XhLAL53OcY
Be Well & Stay Safe!