Don't shoot the messenger, but it's more cold weather as we move through the end of the week. That means high temperatures will more closely resemble January than March for southeastern North Carolina – And it may be April before we see a return to normal temperatures.
As an upper level disturbance attached to the big low over the Great Lakes moves to the east, more cold Canadian air pumps into the Carolinas from the North and the west. This will keep things breezy today with winds from the west at 20-30 mph. As that system moves out a large high pressure center will stall over the middle of the United States – keeping the cold air funnel working into the Carolinas.
Today: 58F - Breezy
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