Part of North Carolina Weekend, we head over from Winston-Salem to Greenville, which is closer to the outer banks. Is the forecast going to be any different a day later?
At 1155AM, ET, Greenville was reporting a temperature of 46 degrees with overcast skies and a brisk northerly flow. The north winds will continue to drive temperatures down to below normal highs, but will also produce clear skies. An area of low pressure continues to develop off shore as an associated trough swings out of the Great Lakes towards the mid-Atlantic, tapping into a wave that had been standing just off shore.
As the low continues to develop, It will initially rock back to the west, bringing a few showers to the area overnight Monday into Tuesday morning. After the rain ends and the low continues it’s track towards New England, cooler air will rush in, and Tuesday night looks like it could be fairly chilly by eastern North Carolina standards.
Tomorrow – Increasing clouds, late showers. High 45, Low 37
Monday – Showers, particularly early. High 50, Low 38
TWC: Tomorrow – PM Showers, Hgh 51, Low 37
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy (early showers), High 52, Low 40
AW: Tomorrow – Cloudy (late showers) High 49, low 37
Tuesday – Intervals of clouds and sun (early showers) High 51, Low 41
NWS: Tomorrow – A chance of rain, mainly after 1pm. Mostly cloudy High 49, Low 36
Tuesday – A chance of rain before 8am. Mostly cloudy High 54, Low 39
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain…mainly in the afternoon. High 48, Low 35
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy in the morning…then becoming partly sunny. High 55, Low 38
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Cloudy with Areas of Rain High 48, Low 36
Tuesday – Partly Cloudy (early rain) High 54, Low 39
This storm will be much worse in New England, particular on the interior part of the state. This is just another Monday for Greenville. Here is the satellite, showing the edge of a stratus field in which the low will be born over the next 48 hours.