Storm Team 4 Forecast

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    NEWSLETTERS

    You've waited patiently all week for the weekend and, now that it's here, rain chances are increasing. The entire weekend will NOT be washed-out but you will be dodging raindrops from late this afternoon into Sunday morning.

    A powerful storm will bring severe weather to large parts of the Great Plains and the deep South today. We will NOT be facing a severe weather threat in the Mid-Atlantic. Light rain will be moving in today with steadier rain arriving early this evening. Temperatures will climb out of the 40s and into the mid/upper 50s before the rain begins. Plan on a soggy Saturday night with temperatures falling back into the 40s by morning.

    Sunday will start out cloudy and wet but end dry with clearing skies. Highs will get back to near 60, but if we can get a little more sunshine than is currently in the forecast the mid 60s won't be completely out of reach.

    As the storm bringing us the weekend rain chances moves off the Carolina coast and out to sea our winds will increase. Monday will start out with sunshine and temps in the 40s. By Monday afternoon we will be back near 60 but with a gusty wind and a slight chance of passing showers it will feel more like mid March than late April.

    SATURDAY:
    Cloudy And Cool
    Rain Arrives This Afternoon
    Light Breeze
    Wind: Variable 5-10 mph
    HIGHS: 54° - 59°

    SATURDAY NIGHT:
    Cloudy
    Rain, Moderate At Times
    Chilly
    Wind: Variable 5 mph
    LOWS: 42° - 46°

    SUNDAY:
    Rain In The Morning
    Some Afternoon Clearing
    Cool
    Wind: Northeast 5-10 mph
    HIGHS: 56°- 63°

    MONDAY:
    Partly Sunny
    Quite Breezy
    30% Chance of Afternoon Showers
    Wind: Northwest 15-25 mph
    HIGHS: 55° - 62°


    High/Low Yesterday 63/40 Rain 0.00"
    Average high/Low 70/50
    Records For Today high/Low 93/32
    Sunrise/Sunset 6:18 AM 7:55 PM