Cold rain in North Carolina – wet from Greensboro to Burlington

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Cold and wet from Greensboro to Burlington, gusty and isolated storms still possible

DAY OF WEATHER INFLUENCE: Cold and wet from Greensboro to Burlington, gusty and isolated storms still possible



LOOK AT MOUNT AIRY THIS DAY, LOOKS LIKE WE’RE GETTING THE FIRST BREAK OF THE DAY. IT’S THE BEST IT’S SEEN THERE IN QUITE A WHILE. THANKS FOR STICKING WITH THIS. I’M CHRISTINA EVANS HERE WITH METEOROLOGIST MICHELLE KENNEDY MICHELLE IT’S THE DRIEST I’VE SEEN IT IN A MINUTE BUT LOOKS LIKE WE’RE GETTING SPOTS THERE. ON YOUR RADAR. YES, WE COULD GET HEAVY RAIN COMING IN THE NEXT FEW HOURS. WE ARE NOT DONE WITH THE SYSTEM AT THIS TIME BUT IT WILL TAKE A FEW MORE HOURS INTO THE EVENING. BUT LOOK AT THE TEMPERATURE, IT IS COLD THERE. WE GOT YOUR TEMPERATURE 41 IN GREENSBORO. YOU ARE NOW 39 IN WINSTON-SALEM. IT’S SO COLD AT ONE END. AND WE ARE NOTING THAT THIS WARM FRONT IS STARTING TO RISE. AND AS THE TEMPERATURE IS EXPECTED TO COME BACK TO THE FIFties, THE RAIN WILL BE HEAVIER. SO IT BEGAN TO BREAK OFF FOR A MOMENT. I ALL THINK WE WILL HAVE A CHANCE TO SEE A FEW THUNDER BOOMERS, MOSTLY FROM ASHEBORO THROUGH BURLINGTON AND THAT SOUTHEAST QUADRANTE HERE AS WE TALK ABOUT HEADING TOWARDS KARY IN THE RALEIGH AREA. BUT MOST OF THE RAIN IS STARTING TO GO EAST. AND YOU’LL NOTICE HOW THAT ONE LINE STARTS TO RUN. IT IS LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF MOUNT AIRY, AS WELL AS THE YADKINVILLE NEIGHBORHOOD. AND AGAIN, ALSO WINSTON-SALEM. LOOKING AT THESE WINDS FROM THE EAST AND NORTHEAST, THEY WILL SWITCH IN DIFFERENT SIGNS AS WE GO INTO THE LATE NIGHT HOURS. IN RENTZEN, MORE WESTERLY NORTHWEST CURRENT. WE HAVE THIS FRONT LIFT FOR NOW. IT WILL WARM UP TO 53. UNLESS IT WILL BE A BIT WARMER. WE MAY SEE NEAR 60 IN A FEW AREAS BUT 52 SO FAR. WE ARE EXPECTING TEMPERATURES TO MINUS FIFTY AT THIS TIME OF YEAR. AND SO, BRINGING YOU BACK TO THE WARMING TREND, IT’S NOT HAPPENING IMMEDIATELY FOR THE SEVENTH DAY, ALTHOUGH RAIN, RAIN ON THE ROADS, AND GUSTY WINDS ARE POSSIBLE. ALL OF THIS IS STILL POSSIBLE IN AREAS LIKE MARTINSVILLE AS WE HEAD INTO BURLINGTON AND MOST OF IT IN THE EAST TRI. NOW YOU’LL GET A BREAK FROM THE HEAVIEST RAINFALLS IN THE FOOTHILLS, BUT CAN’T RULE OUT A PASSING, STRETCHY SHOWER THAT THIS SYSTEM IS GOING OUT TONIGHT. AND YOU NOTICE IT STARTS TO DRY. IT MAY BE A LITTLE SIDEWAYS FOR OUR TEMPERATURES, BUT BECAUSE THE WIND IS STILL, IT’S NOT FALLING AS FAST. You will continue to feel the sluggish Wetzra, which twenty children for teens in the mountains give the tuft, and you will notice a little snowfall here tomorrow until tomorrow until the mid UPPER FORTY WINDS WITH STRONG GUSTS. HERE IS THE FORECAST FOR SEVEN DAYS. WE WILL TALK ABOUT THIS MORE. TEMPERATURES INTO THE FIFTY FLESH TODAY, THEN COOLING QUICKLY AND UNTIL YOUR THURSDAY, BREEZES AND SEAS

Cold and wet from Greensboro to Burlington, gusty and isolated storms still possible

DAY OF WEATHER INFLUENCE: Cold and wet from Greensboro to Burlington, gusty and isolated storms still possible

DAYTIME WEATHER: Cold and wet from Greensboro to Burlington, gusty and isolated storms still possible, overnight snow possible in the mountains

DAY OF WEATHER INFLUENCE: Cold and wet from Greensboro to Burlington, gusty and isolated storms still possible, overnight snow possible in the mountains

Cold rain in North Carolina – wet from Greensboro to Burlington

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