Russell’s First Alert Forecast: Another freeze tonight then a mostly sunny, cool Saturday
Below normal temps will stick around through early next week
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Temperatures will be well below average for November standards through early next week. Some high clouds will increase overnight which may prevent temperatures from being as cold as last night. It will still be cold with lows around 30 before the thin blanket of clouds zip overhead. These clouds will clear out early Saturday leaving the majority of the day to be sunny and cool.
Highs will warm to the mid to upper 50s Saturday afternoon with a light breeze. A stronger cold front blows through late Saturday night leading to a colder, breezy Sunday. Highs Sunday will be in the upper 40s under partly cloudy skies. Clouds will be thickest near the coast. A northwest breeze at 10 to 20 mph will add a nip to the air. Sunday night is likely to be our coldest in a while with mid 20s likely inland.
An early look at Thanksgiving shows a mild day with highs in the 60s and increasing clouds late in the day, but no rain is currently expected. Black Friday may see some rain arrive.
Some high, thin clouds late. Calm and cold. Low 30.
Sunny and chilly. High 58. Wind SW 2-6
Partly cloudy, breezy, and colder. High of 48. Wind NW 10-20
Mostly sunny. High of 52. Wind NW 3-7
Partly cloudy and a little milder. High 58. Wind NE 5-10
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