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A Clear Sky & Calm Winds Means Frost Develops.

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Greensboro, NC-High pressure over the areas will produce a clear sky, and near calm winds tonight. This will allow temperatures to near 39. Some areas of scattered light frost are possible by early Monday morning.

 A weak disturbance may being some extra clouds and a few sprinkles on Tuesday. Much colder air filers into the Piedmont by Thursday and Friday.

Monday will be mostly sunny with a high of 67. Monday night, high clouds will increase with a low near 48.

By Late Wednesday an Arctic cold front will move through the area. This will usher in the coldest temperatures of this Fall season. With sunshine and breezy conditions, the high temperature both Thursday and Friday will be only near 58 with lows in the mid 30's. A hard frost is likely Thursday and Friday morning.

Our normal high is 69, and our normal low is 47.

High pressure over the areas will produce a clear sky, and near calm winds tonight. This will allow temperatures to near 39. Some areas of scattered light frost are possible by early Monday morning.

 A weak disturbance may being some extra clouds and a few sprinkles on Tuesday. Much colder air filers into the Piedmont by Thursday and Friday.

Monday will be mostly sunny with a high of 67. Monday night, high clouds will increase with a low near 48.

A weak disturbance will bring a few extra clouds on Tuesday with a 20% shower chance. By Late Wednesday an Arctic cold front will move through the area. This will usher in the coldest temperatures of this Fall season. With sunshine and breezy conditions, the high temperature both Thursday and Friday will be only near 58 with lows in the mid 30's. A hard frost is likely Thursday and Friday morning.

Our normal high is 69, and our normal low is 47.




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