We’ve managed to stay dry through our Saturday evening even though it’s cloudy and cool. Most areas will bottom out in the mid-50s by daybreak. High pressure to the north and east is sending a brisk wind out of the northeast our way helping provide this chill in the air.
Eventually (thru Sun PM) low pressure will make its way northeast off our coast continuing to bring us cloudy, cool, and the chance for a few showers.
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Cloudy and cool conditions are expected as we start off our Sunday.
An increased chance in showers arrive by mid-day but will be scattered and light. Not everyone will see showers and a washout is not expected.
On and off showers continue through the afternoon and into the evening.
The reason for this increased chance of rain late Sunday into Monday is because of a low-pressure system sitting just off the Carolina coast. This low has a 40% chance over the next 2-5 days of becoming a tropical system, if it does it will be tropical storm Wanda. However, regardless of its status as a tropical system, it will be marching north throughout the day today moving closer to our region.
By tomorrow evening this system will be sitting to our south and will begin to turn to the east and move away from the coast. This will keep the heaviest rain away from our area. By Monday afternoon we’ll start to see some more sunshine.