Weather forecast for Raleigh, Durham and Fayetteville, North Carolina
Temperatures will become more seasonal by Sunday and remain at near normal levels for most of the week ahead. Some sun is expected to return tomorrow with generally dry conditions as low pressure looms just south of South Carolina. A cold front will begin to form westward on Sunday evening, crossing the Triangle on Monday evening, producing a few isolated showers and thunderstorms in the process.
Building high pressures in the Northeast and the Ohio Valley will help keep the Triangle dry for the remainder of the week ahead.
Higher level energy is about to swing over the region at certain times during the week, potentially producing a downpour or thunderstorm, but any convection that does occur will most likely be east on the coast. Drier air will filter through Piedmont by the middle of the week, but humidity will struggle to move away from areas near the Atlantic.
Have a good week-end!
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