It’s a sunny, cool day in the Triangle. With temperatures in the mid-50s, it will be chilly like Monday, just less breezy, said WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner.
“We notice some cloud cover, streaming in from the west. That’s way ahead of a front we’re watching that comes in late Wednesday, early Thursday,” Gardner said.
That front won’t bring much rain with it by the time it reaches North Carolina. There will be plenty of precipitation in the north and northeast part of the country, but rain won’t be reaching us.
“We’ll see increasing high cloud coverage tomorrow, some of that today,” she said.
By Tuesday afternoon, temperatures will be in the mid-50s with light winds.
The rest of the afternoon will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy and a bit warmer, with some patchy high clouds on occasion.
“We do have high fire danger today because the humidity is so low. Officials would encourage you to not do any outdoor burning today,” Gardner said.
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