Sunday, October 22, 2006

Dreary Sunday

It was a dreary Sunday for the last day of the North Carolina State Fair, and it wasn't much different across most of central North Carolina. Light showers moved through during the day, but rain totals did not add up to much in most locations. The heaviest rains fell across the Sandhills.

Here's a look at rain totals from around the region:
  • Fayetteville: 0.42"
  • Goldsboro: 0.27"
  • Lumberton: 0.19"
  • Burlington: 0.17"
  • Chapel Hill: 0.17"
  • Oxford-Henderson: 0.17"
  • Raleigh-Durham: 0.16"
  • Greensboro: 0.12"
  • Erwin: 0.11"
  • Clayton: 0.10"
  • Rocky Mount-Wilson: 0.05"
  • Winston-Salem: 0.03"

The rain is moving out of the state this Sunday evening, we can look for clearing skies overnight. That will allow for a brighter start to the new week, but it will be cool for much of the week ahead. Highs will struggle to reach 60 on Monday, and we will likely stay in the mid 50s in most spots Tuesday.

The really cold temperatures will come during the early morning when lows will drop to the 30s for Tuesday and Wednesday morning. Patchy frost will be possible from the Triangle to the Triad both mornings.

Stay tuned to News 14 Carolina for your latest weather updates this week. We'll be along every 10 minutes with your Weather on the Ones forecast.

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