After reaching 81 degrees at RDU Friday, we start our weekend on the cooler side. A cold front passed through the state overnight, ushering in northeasterly breezes.
Upper level winds will steer some moisture over this cold air, keeping us on the cloudy side with a possibility of showers from time to time. Highs today will only reach the 50s with NE winds of 10-15mph.
Cloudy tonight with a chance of showers, lows near 40.
The forecast for the remainder of the weekend will be continued cool temperatures and a chance for showers.
Monday shows improvement as far as temperatures as our cold air wedge breaks down and highs quickly rebound to the lower 60s.
By midweek we'll see highs in the lower 70s tempered by a cold front that could bring some measureable rain late Tuesday into early Wednesday.
We mentioned in our Weather on the Ones video blog a link for the Naval Observatory. If you are a moonwatching fan it might be difficult to check out the skies tonight, but this site has pictures of what the moon looks like today as well as other great information!
Have a good Saturday,
News 14 Carolina