Showers, cool temps linger into Sunday
Posted April 24, 2015
Updated April 25, 2015
Raleigh, N.C. — Areas across central North Carolina may see a break from the heavy rain Saturday night, but the chance for scattered showers will stick around until Sunday afternoon.
"We could a few some scattered thunderstorms overnight across our southern counties, but they should not be severe," WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.
Clouds will linger on Sunday, but widespread rain is not expected. Temperatures could rebound a bit into the low 60s across the area.
"We have a cold front that will move through, keeping our temperatures on the cool side," he said. "We can't rule out a shower on Sunday, but most of the moisture should move out of the area by the afternoon hours."
Skies are expected to clear out Sunday evening, paving the way for a sunny start to the work week.
"Monday will be a beautiful day," Maze said.
Daytime highs are expected to climb into the upper 60s to low 70s on Monday and Tuesday.