A cold start to a nice Sunday

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WATCH: A cold start to a pleasant Sunday

Meteorologist Jacqueline Shearer provides your forecast for Sunday morning.



WILL CONTACT YOU. THE TIME IS NOW 717 HERE FOR YOUR SUNDAY JACK IF I’M BEING COMPLETELY HONEST WITH YOU. THIS MORNING I GRABBED THE WRONG DRESS YOU KNOW I WAS HALF SLEEPING. I THOUGHT WE WERE SLEEVELESS IN THE WINTER, ESPECIALLY WHEN IT’S AS COLD AS IT IS. AND I THOUGHT THAT THE ONE WITH THE LONG SLEEVES WOULD GRAB IT. AND I POSTED IT THIS MORNING. I THOUGHT, OH NO, YOU ARE TOO LOGICALLY WRONG. I KNOW IT’S WOOL OR SOMETHING. YES, I KNOW YOU WELL IF THE SWEDISH IS GOOD. YEAH YOU KNOW BUT YOU BUT WE’RE ALL JUST YOU KNOW IT’S GOING TO BE FAIR TOO WE’RE IN. I KNOW. AND IT IS LIKE A ZONE WITH CLIMATE. YES WE ARE BOTH FINE. AND YOU KNOW, IN NORTH CAROLINA TOO, WHEN IT GETS COLD, ALL THE HEAT AND ALL THE STORIES. SO IN OUR STUDIO. YES, I THINK SO. IN THAT TIME, YOU ARE PROBABLY MORE ACCURATE ON THE INTERIOR. BUT HERE’S A LOOK BEYOND OUR TEMPERATURES. MAN IS HE COLD? FIVE DEGREES IN GREENSBORO, RIGHT NOW. 30 AND WINSTON-SALEM, 29 AT MOUNT AIRY. WE ARE A COUPLE OF DEGREES COLDER THAN YESTERDAY MORNING AND WE STILL HAVE SOMETHING. SO WE ARE STARTING TO SEE SOME SLIGHTLY WINDS, BUT OTHER SHOULDER ARE STILL REPORTING WIND SPEEDS OF 5 TO 10 MPH WITH HIGHER WIND SPEEDS IN THE MOUNTAINS. THAT MEANS WE NEED TO TALK THIS MORNING. ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOUR CLOTHES GO TO THIS NUMBER, THAT MEANS YOU ARE DRESSING FOR 19 DEGREE IN BURLINGTON. YOUR DRESSED TO BE NINE TEACHERS IN THE GALAX. THE REASON IS THE TEMPERATURE YOUR BODY THINKS IT’S OUTSIDE. THAT’S WHY WE WANT YOU TO BE COMFORTABLE. BUT MORE IMPORTANTLY, ESPECIALLY AS WE LOOK AT THE MOUNTAINS WITH SOME OF THESE SINGLE DIGIT WIND CHILL NUMBERS, WE WANT YOU TO BE SAFE FROM PROBLEMS SUCH AS HYDROCHROTION AND FROST. SO PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU TAKE CARE OF IT. BUT TODAY IS LABOR DAY. THAT’S EXACTLY. AS WE LOOK OUT, YOU DON’T NEED A LAYER OF RAIN, BUT IT WILL BE WARMER THIS AFTERNOON. THE MOUNTAINS EVEN GET TO THE MID FORTIES, WHICH DOESN’T SOUND SO WARM. BUT MOST MOUNTAIN PLACES DID NOT REACH ABOVE FREEZING. WE HAVE GUSTS UP TO 20 MPH SO THE WIND IS BLOWING AS WE LOOK AT THE FOOTHOLES IN THE TRIAD, ALTHOUGH THE WINDS ARE MORE CALM, LOTS OF SUN AND TEMPERATURES INTO THE FIFties WHEN WE DON’T HAVE SUN THERE IT’S A COMFORTABLE RIDING. 50 DEGREES CAN STILL BE A MILD DAY AS LONG AS YOU HAVE ONE GOOD LAYER. SO IT WILL BE NEEDED AS WE ARRIVE IN THE LATER PART OF THE DAY. CHECK OUT OUR HOURLY FORECAST HERE. OF COURSE, TOMORROW IS MLK DAY AND IT’S THE NATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE. SO, YOU MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN SOME OF THESE ART PROJECTS OR MAYBE YOU WANT TO GET OUT HERE THIS WEEKEND. YOU’RE IN GOOD SHAPE, EVEN IF YOU DON’T PARTICIPATE IN AN ORGANIZED PROJECT, IF YOU CLEAN UP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD OR NEARBY PARKS OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT, YOU’LL ENJOY THIS NATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE GOING THROUGH THE NEXT WEEK UNTIL TUESDAY. IT’S GOING TO BE QUITE ACTIVE AND WE MAY SEE A COUPLE OF THEM TOO. WEDNESDAY WILL BE DRY BUT THEN MORE RAIN ON THURSDAY. WE ARE WAITING. THE FORECAST IS FOR WEDNESDAY, THOUGH, AND EVEN THURSDAY, EVEN THOUGH RAIN AND POTENTIAL STORM ACTIVITY, BECAUSE THAT SEVEN DAY FORECAST CALLS FOR A BEAUTIFUL SWALLOW. WE ARE IN THE FIFTY’S STARTING TODAY BECAUSE WE WERE IN THE MID FORTY’S YESTERDAY IN THE TRIAD AND WEDNESDAY WE ARE IN THE SIXTY’S. 64 DEGREES FOR THAT HIGH THERE, 65 ON THURSDAY. BUT WE’RE GOING TO AVOID THESE LOWS AND EVEN THROUGH NEXT WEEKEND, STAYING IN THE UPPER 50. IT’S LOOKING PRETTY GOOD AS LONG AS WE GET OUT OF MOST OF THIS SEVEN DAY FORECAST. INVESTIGATION STILL ONGOING IN TEXAS AFTER ZOO ESCAPE AND ANOTHER INCIDENT

WATCH: A cold start to a pleasant Sunday

Meteorologist Jacqueline Shearer provides your forecast for Sunday morning.

A cold start to a nice Sunday

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