Chilly Sunday morning leads into warmer week as Bulls open at home
Posted April 8
Updated April 9
Raleigh, N.C. — A widespread frost advisory was in place for some of the Triangle Sunday night, but warmer weather is on its way.
"Low to mid-30 will remain in pockets of the area, so you'll want to cover those plants if you have not already done so," WRAL meteorologist Amy Wilmoth said.
There will be a chilly start ot the day on Sunday, but then temperatures will begin to warm up and temperatures will reach 70s Sunday afternoon.
"Temperatures will get even warmer on Monday with temps in the upper 70s," Wilmoth said.
Most towns in central and eastern North Carolina will climb into the 70s to near 80 degrees in the early part of the week.
The warmer weather will welcome baseball season in the Triangle as the Durham Bulls play their first home game of the season on Monday night at 6:05 p.m. The Bulls' first pitch at home will be under mostly sunny skies with 76-degree temps.
"There are definitely some warm temperatures on their way."