After severe thunderstorms affected the Carolinas on Sunday, a cold front will bring cooler temperatures to the Carolinas. The good news is the cooler temperatures will only last one day.
Temperatures will be dropping behind the cold front that is pushing across the Carolinas during the overnight hours. Snow showers are even expected across the mountains of NC through Monday morning.
The GFS shows temperatures 15-20 below average for this time of year. Most areas will be in the mid to upper 50s tomorrow afternoon across the Carolinas.
There is good news for those who are ready for spring. The cold air will be transient and temperatures will rebound. By Wednesday, temperatures will be 5-10 degrees above average for this time of year.
On Wednesday evening, a front will push through and will bring cooler temperatures for the end of the week and the upcoming weekend.
Right now, models indicate temperatures 5-10 degrees below average for late April. I will continue to monitor the latest model trends and will keep you updated for your weekend plans.