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Published: 2017-10-29 07:02:00
Updated: 2018-07-13 14:06:16
Posted October 29, 2017 7:02 a.m. EDT
Updated July 13, 2018 2:06 p.m. EDT
Raleigh, N.C. — After a rainy Sunday, it may be time to bring out the winter jackets as temperatures dip into the 30s overnight and into Monday.
Rain showers that made for a soggy end to the weekend had largely moved out of the Triangle by Sunday evening, and were replaced by heavy wind gusts around the region.
"We can expect these wind gusts to continue overnight tonight and into the early part of tomorrow as well," said WRAL meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth.
Temperatures will continue to drop throughout the night with a forecast low of 36 degrees. Wilmoth said patchy frost is possible throughout the Triangle.
Temperatures will remain in the 30s Monday morning, with a wind chill of 32 degrees, and will only warm up into the 50s by the afternoon.
"It is definitely going to be a bundle up type of morning tomorrow," Wilmoth said. "This is some cool air that's going to stick around for the daytime."
Things will warm up a bit for trick-or-treating on Halloween, with a forecast high of 58 degrees, By 9 p.m. Tuesday, temperatures should be in the low 50s, Wilmoth said.
Temperatures will continue to warm up throughout the week with a forecast high of 78 degrees by Friday.