Saturday will be breezy and cool with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Not much is expected in the way of rain but there may be a few sprinkles in Halifax or Charlotte counties. The temperatures will be in the mid-40s so the below normal trend continues. Winds will be noticeable but not overpowering. Northeast or easterly winds should be the result of the coastal low moving just off the coast. There is a chance that the marine moisture in the form of mid-level clouds may push all the way to the Appalachians, but little rain is in store for the region. The mountain areas may not see much in the way of cloud cover as the low moves away from the coast late in the day.
Sunday will be similar with temps staying in the 40s for highs and 30s or upper 20s for lows. The coastal low stall as bit so I expect a bit more in the way of wind on Sunday than what we saw Saturday, but again, nothing overwhelming. Look for us to be in the mid to upper 40s and even a few low 50s under a veil of high clouds again.
Monday will be dry and mild with highs about where they should be for mid-November… the upper 50s. Partly cloudy skies along with a bit of a breeze will be a good way to define the day.
Stay Safe. Stay warm.
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