Our final weekend of 2007 features cloudy skies and a possibility for shower and even a thunderstorm.
saturday starts out with a cold front stalling out over central NC. This will give us not only a temperature contrast from the mid 60s in the Triangle to near 70 for the sandhills and Down East of I-95, but will set up a boundary which will serve as a freeway for other approaching systems Sunday.
We'll have cloudy skies Saturday, a possibility for some sprinkles especially south and east of the Triangle.
Clouds stay with us Saturday night and we see showers move in from the south late overnight, and a couple of waves of rain, heavy at times, during the day Sunday.
Sunday will be cooler with highs in the 50s. Once this system as passed, the rain tallies could be between an inch and an inch and a half on the average. Lets keep our fingers crossed!
High pressure moves in and we see the end of our rain chances for the week. However, we do see a night that will let you put some of your warm clothes to use. Wednesday will see a cold front pass through, and while we do not expect rain for now, we *do* see Wednesday night /Thursday morning temperatures in the teens!