Greensboro--Today will start with sunshine, but clouds will increase through the day. A few sprinkles or Flurries are possible through this evening.
A fast-moving "clipper" low pressure system will move just north of the Piedmont this evening. Since the system is moving so fast and has limited moisture, any wintery precipitation will be very light. As a matter of fact, some areas may get nothing at all.
Once the low pressure moves off the East Coast, the sky will become partly cloudy after midnight. The overnight low will be near 32.
The weather pattern for Sunday through Tuesday looks to be dry and quiet with temperatures moderating a few degrees. Highs will be in the upper 40's Sunday and Monday and in the low and mid 50's for Tuesday.
Our normal high temperature this time of year is 50, and our normal low is 30.
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