Low Pressure Will Track Along The Carolina Coast

1:06 PM, Nov 18, 2012   |    comments
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Greensboro--After a mostly sunny day on Saturday, clouds have returned to the Piedmont and they are here to stay for a while.

Low pressure is developing along the South Carolina coast, and will slowly track along the Carolina coast through Tuesday before moving out to sea.

The circulation around the low along with high pressure over New England, has set up a moist and cool northeasterly wind over the area. This is pushing clouds inland all the way to the Piedmont. Although we will see a little light rain or drizzle over the next few days most of the measurable rainfall will remain over the coast.

The pressure difference between the low and the high to the north will cause a pretty stiff northeasterly wind that may gust to near 25 mph today and Monday.

Temperatures will remain below normal. The high today will be 49 with a high of 52 on Monday. The high on Tuesday will be 55.

Our normal high temperature is 60, and our normal low is 39.

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