Get ready for a wet start to the work week. Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Raleigh say storms will roll through central North Carolina overnight Sunday and more wet weather is on the way over the next several days.
Weather Service forecasters say the cooler temperatures around the area Sunday will say put in the coming days, with Monday’s high predicted around 81 degrees, and highs in the mid-70s through at least Thursday. Temperatures will drop into the mid to low 60s Monday night and through the week.
Forecasters say a cold front over the mountains “will inch slowly eastward Monday and Monday night.” A band of showers will lead the front across North Carolina and the region. In the NWS predictions, forecasters write that what could look “like a brief lull for Monday night/early Tuesday looks to be setting up for yet another round of showers and thunderstorms.”
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Starting Tuesday, forecasters warn that parts of central North Carolina could be in for heavy rains, with one to two inches of rain possible.
Duncan: 919-829-4880, @duncanreporting