2 forecasts for North Carolina in the same day! I bet we’ll be able to reuse some of the same information from Durham.
At 1254AM, ET, Winston-Salem was reporting a temperature of 15 degrees with clear skies. Winston-Salem remains in a winter weather advisory because of their recent snowfalls slow melt and continued slick roadways. Clear skies overnight suggest that temperatures will be very chilly by sunrise tomorrow.
The upper level trough swinging through the region will give way to a ridge, being followed by a developing feature in the Great Lakes, which will forcefully draw warmer air northward. Unlike parts of the eastern Carolinas, there shouldn’t be any prefrontal rain as a cold front develops west of the Appalachians, but Tuesday afternoon will likely be fairly cloudy as snow melts in earnest.
Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 26, Low 7
Tuesday – Afternoon overcast, High 36, Low 15
TWC: Tomorrow – Sunshine and some clouds. High 29, Low 6
Tuesday – Intervals of clouds and sunshine High 40, Low 18
AW: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny and very cold; extreme cold may be dangerous for outdoor activities in the morning High 27, Low 8
Tuesday – Some sunshine giving way to clouds and not as cold High 39, Low 16
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High29, Low 6
Tuesday – Partly sunny (Late rain) High 36, Low 14
WB:Partly sunny in the morning, then clearing. High 27, Low 6
Tuesday – Partly sunny,High 36. Low 18
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 28, Low 7
Tuesday – Partly cloudy, High 36, Low 14
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy starting overnight, continuing until night. High 27, Low 5
Tuesday – Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 37, Low 15
Pretty similar to Durham! We really did check in for this forecast at just the right time, after the heavy snow and ahead of the next line of thunderstorms. Just some clouds up by Roanoke on satellite.