GREENSBORO, NC -- High pressure will move off the East Coast. This will produce a moist, but milder southerly wind over the Piedmont this weekend. A cold front will approach, move through the area Monday and stall just to our south. Several waves will develop on the front and produce a cloudy, unsettled weather pattern through Wednesday.
We will see a mostly sunny sky today. Thicker clouds will move in later in the afternoon. The high will be 55. Tonight will be cloudy with areas of drizzle possible. The low will be near 40. Sunday will be mostly cloudy with only a 20% chance of isolated showers. Sunday's high will be 60.
Monday through Wednesday will be cloudy, cooler and unsettled. There will be a 50% chance of rain through the period. The high Monday will be 42, and only near 40 on Tuesday. The low Monday night will be near 32 and spotty freezing rain or drizzle is possible in the Triad and points north and west into southern Virginia early Tuesday morning. Any frozen precipitation will quickly change over to a cold rain Tuesday. Wednesday looks wet as well with the approach of another cold front. Wednesday's high will be 53.
Our normal high is 50, and our normal low is 30.