Greensboro, NC -- It won't be quite as warm the 70s that the Triad enjoyed last week, but at least temperatures will climb back into above normal territory.
The normal high temperature for the first week in February is 50 degrees. The first two days of the month were 10 degrees below normal with Sunday coming in just shy at 49 degrees.
Through the next week the jet stream will begin to lift to the north which will allow for the warmth to the south to push north. High temperatures on Monday will once again climb into the upper 40s, but by Tuesday high temperatures will surge into the mid-upper 50s.
A series of fast moving disturbances, however, will bring periods of cloud cover through the week which will keep temperatures a little lower at times compared to what they otherwise would be with mostly sunny conditions.
Currently the only chance of rain looks to come on Friday when a system develops out of the western Gulf of Mexico. There will be a better chance of rain in areas south of the Triad, but an isolated shower cannot be ruled out for the entire WFMY viewing area.
The coldest temperature over the next week will be early Monday morning with lows in the middle 20s. Otherwise, low temperatures through the rest of the week will be in the low-middle 30s.
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