In the afternoon on Sunday, the sky will again be gray, fog and short-term rains

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Gray skies, fog and showers return on Sunday before the sun finally returns

Gray skies, fog and spotty showers return on Sunday before the sun finally returns



JUST A GREAT STORY. NOW, TODAY WAS A GREAT DAY TO DRINK COFFEE. IT WAS A LITTLE TIMELY, A LITTLE DISTURBING. COFFEE JUST MAKES YOU FEEL WARM. COFFEE AFTER HOT CHOCOLATE. THEN MAYBE A HOT CIDER. I LOVE IT. YOU KNOW JUST KEEP THE DRINKS WARM AND WE’RE GOING TO NEED IT AGAIN TOMORROW IN LOUIS BECAUSE WE’VE GOT A LOT OF CLOUD AND CHANCE OF RAIN STILL WITH US ABOUT 30%. AND THIS IS MAINLY FOR SOUTHERN PIEDMONT, PART OF THE TRIAD. AND THEN WE SEE THE SUN. IT’S FINALLY COMING BACK THEY STAY ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY. BUT PLEASE NOTE, WEDNESDAY IS ANOTHER DAY WE’RE TALKING ABOUT BEFORE A MAJOR WINTER STORM APPROACHES. IT MOSTLY BRINGS IT APPEARING AS COLD RAIN FOR MOST PEOPLE BUT COULD ALSO BRING A WINTER MIX TO THE MOUNTAINS IF NOT THE WESTERN FOOTHOLLS. AND WE’RE GOING TO LOOK FURTHER AT THIS. RIGHT NOW WE ARE STILL DEALING WITH CLOUDS. 44 DEGREES IN GREENSBORO, WIND EAST NORTHEAST AROUND THREE MILES PER HOUR. WINSTON-SALEM A GOOD FOG IS TRYING TO SET UP FOR YOU HERE. WE HAVE TWO POINTS IN WINSTON-SALEM — 30 AND 45 DEGREES. SO IT LOOKS LIKE WE’LL HAVE A CHANCE TO PULL A FEW MORE TONIGHT. BUT FOG, YOU SEE THE CLOUDS HANGING THERE MOST OF THE DAY. WE CAN SEE SEVERAL PATTERNS PASSING QUICKLY ALONG. WE ARE SEEING RAIN LATE LATE, CHANCE 30%, WINDS SOUTHWEST 5 TO 10. IT JUST HELPS US WARM UP. AND IF WE SEE SUNLIGHT, IT MAY HELP A LOT. 51 DEGREES FOR YOU AND NOT FAR FROM CITY WHERE WE SHOULD BE 53 DEGREES AT THIS TIME OF YEAR, 39 DEGREES WITH FOG FOR PEOPLE IN THE FOOTHILLS. MOUNT AIRY, WILKESBORO AND YADKINVILLE YOU WILL SEE TEMPERATURES AROUND 50 DEGREES. WE ALSO HAVE AN ADVICE FOR YOU TOMORROW. THERE IN THE YADKIN VALLEY AREA FOR ELKIN AND YADKINVILLE. IT SHOULD BE BEAUTIFUL. HOPEFULLY BY THE END OF THE DAY YOU WILL START TO SEE SOME HINTS OF SUNNY BUT COLD CONDITIONS FOR YOU. THERE ARE STILL INSTALLED IN THE CLOUDY MOUNTAINS. AND WE KEEP A CHANCE OF RAIN ABOUT 20% FOR A QUICK SAND SHOWER BEFORE THE LATE EVENING. AND YOU CAN SEE THAT WE ARE DEALING WITH THIS HIGH PRESSURE MUSHROOM WHICH BRINGS BEACH MOISTURE FOR YOU. TEMPERATURES STILL REMAINING COLD RIGHT NOW AND WE ARE AGAIN SEEING THOSE CHANCES OF SHOWERS MOVING SOUTH AND EAST. WE HAVE A COUPLE OF TOURS TODAY ONLY. IT’S GOING TO RAIN, ALSO A LITTLE RAIN HERE AND THERE. AND NOW IN THE SOUTH, WE HAVE SOME OF THOSE RAINFALLS ALREADY STARTING TO DRY OUT OVER TROY. YOU’LL GET SHOPPING LONGER A FEW DAYS EARLIER. TOMORROW IT WILL BE SIMILAR AS WE RETURN THE SYSTEM. THIS AREA OF LOW PRESSURE IS FINALLY MOVING EASTWARD, FINALLY OUT OF OUR PATH. WE ALSO NEED A SHIFTING OF THE WIND MARKET BEHIND THE FRONT AND THAT IS HAPPENING AS WE GO THROUGH THE DAY AND EVENING. THIS WESTERN BREAD CAN HELP US OUT AND DRY US AT JUST 200 JOURNAL TODAY. TODAY NORTH WILKESBORO HIKES FROM 51 TO BURLINGTON TO 48 IN GREENSBORO. SITTING IN THE FORTIES FOR MOST OF OUR DAY. LOTS OF GOOD CLOUD COVER AND SO HOPEFULLY IT’S A HOLIDAY LIGHT. SO IT LOOKS BETTER IN THE EVENING HOURS AS WE SEE THESE DARK FOGS. 53 DEGREES MAY BE YOUR AVERAGE HIGH FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. HOWEVER HOUR BY HOUR TOMORROW DOESN’T LOOK SENSATIONAL, STILL LOTS OF CLOUDS. HOWEVER, THE TEMPERATURE IS NOT EXTREMELY COLD BECAUSE THERE IS VISIBILITY IN THE MORNING. YOU’RE JUST ENSURED, DAY AND EVENING TEMPERATURES INTO THE UPPER FORTIES, LOW. AND YOU WILL NOTICE THESE FAST LONGER. IT HAPPENS APPROXIMATELY BETWEEN 4 AND 6:00, MAYBE EVEN ONCE OR TWO IF WE’RE DRIVING YOU LATE NIGHT. THEN IT BEGINS TO CLEAR AND WE WILL GET A LITTLE COLDER EARLY MONDAY MORNING. WE’RE DOWN TO THE THIRTYS AGAIN AND THEN BACK TO THE FORTIES, FIFTYS AFTER NOON. AND WE WILL KEEP THE SUN FOR TUESDAY’S CONDITIONS. THE TEMPERATURE, ALTHOUGH QUITE COLD, IS JUST A FEW MORE. YES THE WORK IS LOWER THAN NORMAL. FOR MOST OF THE WEEK, YOUR SUNDAY TEMPERATURE WILL BE AROUND 47 DEGREES TO THE SOUTH IN THE LEWISVILLE AND YADKINVILLE AREAS, 51 AND SOME OF THAT CLOUD IS LIVING. WAITING FOR COVERS LATER. YOU MIGHT WANT TO HAVE JUST A WARM LAYER, MAYBE TO PROTECT YOU FROM THE PAST SOUL AS WELL. THE FESTIVAL OF FIRE WILL LOOK COOLER OVER THE NEXT FEW NIGHTS AS WE GRADUALLY CLEAR OUT AND THE BEST DAYS TO GET OUT LOOK LIKE TO BE MONDAY, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT WEEK. MIDDLE OF THE WEEK. WE PURCHASE THESE OPPORTUNITIES. AS WE TALKED ABOUT A BIG STORM SYSTEM THAT IS BRINGING US A LOT OF GOOD MOISTURE FOR THE WEEK. WE WILL SEE MORE OF THIS COMING OUT OF MEXICO AND A WINTER STORM IS REALLY STRENGTHENING THAT COULD BRING BLISS TO THE NORTHERN PLAINS. WE WILL BE MONITORING THIS AND HEAR THE SEVEN DAY FORECAST. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY WITH CLOUDY DAYS THERE WILL BE A TRIAD OF RAIN, THEN BACK TO 50 AND SUNNY F

Gray skies, fog and showers return on Sunday before the sun finally returns

Gray skies, fog and spotty showers return on Sunday before the sun finally returns

Gray skies, fog and showers return on Sunday before the sun finally returns to kick off the work week

Gray skies, fog and spotty showers are returning on Sunday before the sunlight finally returns to start the work week

In the afternoon on Sunday, the sky will again be gray, fog and short-term rains

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