Rain possible in some parts of central North Carolina during the morning trip :: WRAL.com

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– Be sure to bring an umbrella before leaving the door on Wednesday morning. WRAL meteorologist Kat Campbell said rain was possible in the northwestern half of the WRAL observation zone during a morning commute.

By noon the rain will move east, but should dissipate if it makes its way into the southeastern part of the visual zone. We dry up by noon when the maximum reaches a minimum by the mid-70s.

“Several upper 70-degree readings will be possible toward Fayetteville and Clinton,” Campbell said. “Wilmington could even reach 80.”

But Thursday will bring great chances, because cold air will start coming from the north. The temperature at night should be 50-60 degrees Celsius, but on Thursday afternoon it will be 50-50 degrees.

“There will probably be a big difference in temperatures from north to south in our viewing area,” Campbell said.

Rains are possible on February 23-25

On Thursday it will remain cloudy, short-term rains are possible.

The counties north of the triangle are expected to rain 0.25-0.50 inches by the weekend, but WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said it is possible that there will be no rain in the southern counties in the coming days.

In the next five days there will be precipitation

The front will retreat to the north with very strong wind warming on Friday. Gusts of wind could reach 40 miles per hour, Campbell said, but the day should remain mostly dry. On Friday, the maximum will return to the mid-70s.

Do not remove this winter jacket yet. On weekends from Saturday night to Sunday cooler air will begin. Campbell said temperatures below normal are likely to be over the weekend and early next week.

The temperature forecast for February 27 is March.  3

Rain possible in some parts of central North Carolina during the morning trip :: WRAL.com

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