Triad -- The low pressure system which brought everything from severe weather across the deep south to winter weather across the northeast is finally moving out. While the last of the winter weather is confined to New England, the breeze extends all the way down to the Carolinas. That's why it was breezy and cool all day on Saturday. The breeze won't let up until late Sunday.
Sunday will feature plenty of sun but no warm-up. Highs will only make it to the mid 40s. The wind will be out of the northwest 5-10, with gusts up to 20 mph. That means it will feel like the 30s most of the day.
New Year's Eve day will be a tad milder, without the wind. Highs will be in the upper 40s. New Year's Eve will be cool, with temps dropping to the upper 30s by the time the clock strikes midnight. It should remain dry through the night. The next rain chance arrives on New Year's Day- mainly in the afternoon. There is a 60% chance of chilly rain.
That system will be short lived. By Wednesday, we will dry out. It stays cool the rest of the week with highs in the low to mid 40s.