Back to the Tar Heel State for a forecast in Goldsboro. A lot of ‘boros in North Carolina.
At 855PM, ET, Goldsboro was reporting mostly cloudy skies with a temperature of 42 degrees. A massive, deep area of low pressure is on it’s way north towards Nova Scotia, and is dangling a cold front that is primarily inactive onshore, save for a thick shield of clouds well to the north of the boundary, and more scattered activity in the Carolinas before the boundary is visible in south Georgia. If the clouds don’t fill in fast enough, Goldsboro may approach freezing, but tomorrow morning will be cloudy.
While the low headed to Nova Scotia is stout, it is going to be quickly forgotten in the CONUS. A strong trough moving out of the Rockies is going to bring a warm front into the region. The feature is going to be a headline maker in the middle of the country with winter weather in the Northern Plains, and a perturbation in the southern part of the boundary is already bringing severe weather to the Southern Plains tonight. The severe storms will continue into the lower Mississippi Valley tomorrow, with continued storm activity along the Gulf Coast Wednesday. The severe storms and most unstable air will stay south of the Carolinas, but in the evening on Wednesday, rain will arrive in Goldsboro, leading to a soggy end of the week.
Tomorrow – Cloudy early, then clearing, High 49, Low 30
Wednesday – Increasing clouds late, some showers before midnight, High 52, Low 28
TWC: Tomorrow – Sunshine. High 50, Low 29
Wednesday – Cloudy skies (Late rain) High 51, Low 27
AW: Tomorrow – Plenty of sun High 51, Low 31
Wednesday – Cloudy and chilly; a passing shower in the afternoon High 50, Low 28
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny High 49, Low 29
Wednesday – Partly sunny, High 50, Low 29
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 47, Low 30
Wednesday – Mostly cloudy, a slight chance of rain in the afternoon, High 47, Low 31
WN: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 48, Low 31
Wednesday – Partly cloudy, High 49, Low 30
FIO: Tomorrow – Clear throughout the day. High 48, Low 31
Wednesday – Mostly cloudy throughout the day (Late rain). High 49, Low 28
Here is a look at the satellite, with the Carolinas in the happy middle between sheaths of overcast.