Clearing Through Saint Patrick’s Day

Showers and a few storms overnight into early Thursday before we clear through the day


A strong upper level low pressure system is inching closer to the Carolinas. This is the system that has brought widespread rain to our area throughout the day. Rain coverage will turn scattered overnight into Thursday morning before we clear out through the day Thursday. A weak cold front will move through late Friday into Saturday. This will bring us a few showers, but nothing widespread. There is a marginal risk (level 1 out of 5) for isolated strong storms southeast of I-85 with this late week front.

Rain is not done and roads will be wet. Please be careful on the roads!! Cloudy skies with scattered showers. Patchy fog. Lows in the low 50s with wind out of the NE.

Saint Patrick’s Day:
AM patchy fog. Scattered morning showers, but we dry out through mid morning. Skies will gradually clear through the afternoon with highs near 70 degrees.

Partly sunny with high temperatures in the low 70s. Weak PM cold front could bring us scattered evening showers.

An area of high pressure builds in for the weekend leaving us with a beautiful forecast! Expect a breezy Saturday with mostly sunny skies through the weekend. High temperatures near 70 degrees.

– A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Japan, about 35 miles ENE of Namie.

Stay dry and be careful on the roads!