Moisture will continue to stream northward into the viewing area through this evening. As we move through the overnight the bulk of the moisture will be to the north and the east.
A warm front will move north Monday bumping up highs to the low 60s. An isolated shower is also possible as moisture increases during the day.
Southerly flow ahead of a cold front will warm highs to near 70 degrees across central North Carolina. Those highs will run about 15 degrees above average for this time of the year. Rain will develop late Tuesday through early Wednesday as the front crosses the state. The second half of Wednesday will be dry and chilly.
Much colder conditions arrive behind the cold front for Wednesday through Friday with surface high pressure building in from the north. Highs will drop to the 40s.
The next storm system will impact the region from the south late week bringing rain Friday and Saturday..
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