Greensboro-The cold front that brought showers and thunderstorms to the Piedmont yesterday, has moved off the East Coast. Now cooler, drier air is filtering into the Piedmont and will likely stick around for a while.
Cool high pressure is building in from Canada over the Great Lakes. It is sending chilly, dry air southward. With sunshine today, temperatures will be in the cooler mid 60's. Tonight lows will fall into the upper 30's.
The high pressure system will build over New England Sunday afternoon. This will set up a a somewhat moist east and northeasterly wind flow over the Carolinas. At the some time, a wave of low pressure will develop on a stalled front along the coast. The combination of the two system will spread extra cloud over the Piedmont later Sunday through Monday. Only a sprinkle is possible on Monday.
The extra clouds on Monday will keep high temperatures only near 60. As a matter of fact, high temperatures will be in the cooler 60's for much of the week ahead.
Our normal high temperature for this time of year is 71, and our normal low is 48.