Sunday forecast calls for sun after fog, drizzle clear out
The rain that fell across much of the Triangle on Saturday is expected to give way to fog and drizzle, but there’s a good chance that sunshine will return as the weekend winds down.
WRAL meteorologist Mike Maze said those out early Sunday morning will see “a lot of drizzle, mist and fog.”
“That’s what you’ll encounter Sunday morning,” he said, but added that the drizzle will end and the fog should lift for some central North Carolina residents.
“There could be some afternoon sun, and you’re more likely to see it in the southern counties,” Maze said.
The high temperature on Sunday is expected to top out in the mid-50s before dropping back to around freezing for the overnight low.
Monday is forecast to bring clearing skies and plenty of sun, Maze said.
The temperature could rise to near 60 before falling back to the low 30s, Maze said.
It will be sunny and quiet for the start of the work week, but Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to be chilly.
The official start to winter begins next weekend.