Zeta and an Area of Low Pressure Soon to Merge Over the Carolinas

Widely scattered showers move in on Wednesday with numerous showers on Thursday. 
A tale of two seasons across the United States with winter weather alerts across the middle of the county and tropical alerts along the northern Gulf Coast. These two systems will merge over the Carolinas which will be our next weather maker. For the short term, expect patchy dense fog on Wednesday morning with highs topping out in the mid 70s. Scattered showers move into the area on Wednesday with coverage turning more numerous to widespread Wednesday night through the first half of Thursday.
By Friday expect sunny skies with high temperatures dropping through the weekend. Weekend high temperatures will only top out near 60 degrees and lows near 40 degrees across the Piedmont. 10 degrees cooler for highs and lows in the Mountains.

Tonight: Mostly Cloudy. PM/AM Patchy Fog. Low: 60. Wind: S 3-5.

Wednesday: Mostly Cloudy. Widely Scattered Showers. High: 75. Wind: S/SW 5-10.
Wednesday Night: Mostly Cloudy. Scattered Showers. Low: 65. Wind: S/SE 5-10.
Thursday: Windy and Wet. Numerous Showers (especially first half of the day). High: 75. Wind: S/SE 10-20 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.
Have a wonderful week and prepare for rain then the cold!