Sunny skies to replace spotty showers

Posted May 15, 2008
Updated May 16, 2008

— Spotty showers Thursday and Friday should be replaced by sunny weather on Saturday. Isolated showers are possible Sunday.

Friday will be cloudy, windy and warm with the potential for thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s, WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.This sticky conditions could yield thunderstorm, particularly to the south and east of the Triangle in the early evening hours. Some of the storms may produce damaging winds and contain some small hail.

After the front passes, cooler temperatures will dominate and Saturday will be dry,  sunny and breezy, altogether a beautiful day, Maze said.

Isolated showers are possible on Sunday, but temperatures will stay mild and the majority of the Triangle should see another lovely day.

“We’re not talking about widespread rain, (but) perhaps a couple showers,” WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said.


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  • cadetsfan May 15, 2008

    1Rx4Fun, how about reading the forecasts, then when the time comes watch the radar and/or satellite to see what's up? Even better, add to that read the NWS forecast discussion to get an idea of how uncertain they are.

  • 1Rx4FN May 15, 2008

    "sunny weather on Saturday" - then why does the 5-day forcast picture still show rain? Also they said it wasn't going to rain until later this afternoon - it was raining at 5:30 this morning. I'm tired of the wrong weather forcasts - I now get my updates from