Warm, damp weather remains in Triangle on Saturday
Posted January 9, 2016
Clouds and a drizzle hovering over the Triangle kept temperatures a little warmer than normal on Saturday morning, but the region promises to warm up even more in the afternoon.
Saturday morning temperatures in the Triangle area were in the mid- to upper-40s. Later in the afternoon, Roxboro and South Hill will see temperatures in the low 50s as the southern part of the region could reach into the 60s.
Patchy rain will move in as temperatures climb, though.
"We're really not seeing much in terms of any substantial precipitation (this morning), but that doesn't mean that there can't be some damp spots as we're heading out early today," said WRAL Meteorologist Mike Moss.