Sunday 23 Feb 2020

70s To 20s: Roller Coaster Temperatures, Severe Weather On Tap

(NCNN WeatherCenter)–If you like roller coasters, prepare for an up-and-down next few days when it comes to the weather.

After a warm and cloudy Tuesday, NCNN meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said Wednesday will be cooler with a very little chance for rain. On Thursday, temperatures will rise again along with the chance for storms. On Friday, it will get cold again — “cold enough for snow,” Gardner said.

But it won’t snow — it will just get warm again.

By 8 a.m. Wednesday, a warm front attached to the moving cold front was headed north. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 50s and light rain could develop, but it will be a quiet, mild day.

Thursday will be the warmest day of the week, with a high around 70 degrees in Central NC and another chance for severe weather. Most of North Carolina will be under a level 1 risk again Thursday, with strong winds possible.

Gardner said widespread rain on Thursday will drop our temperatures again with the highs likely in the upper 40s for Friday. Friday night will be one of the coldest days of the month, with an expected temperature around 26 degrees.


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