Triad -- A stalled out frontal boundary, along with an upper level disturbance will keep our weather unsettled through the weekend and even into Monday.
As our wind continues to come out of a southerly direction, that will continue to funnel moisture into the Triad. We have a chance of rain at any time tonight and through the day on Sunday. We could potentially pick up 1-2" of rain by the time the system finally departs on Monday. The good news is that severe weather shouldn't be a problem. While there could be periods of heavy rain at times, the biggest severe threat in North Carolina should remain to our east.
By Tuesday, the rain threat will fall to 30% and the temperatures will rebound to the mid 80s. The lowest chance of rain is on Wednesday when highs are in the mid 80s.
By the end of the week, we will be in another unsettled pattern. A front will bring a 40% rain chance Thursday and Friday. By Saturday morning, the rain should be on it's way out.
WFMY News 2