November 2: Another Record, Daily Links


One more day of record high temperatures in store for us today, with highs reaching the low to mid 80s under partly cloudy skies. (Today’s record is 83° set in 1982.)

Thursday will be “transition day” in the Midstate, with a chance of showers headed our way.  The most-likely time frame for those showers will be from mid- to late-afternoon into the evening…but as the RPM model’s radar simulation shows, the showers will be very light, very brief, and certainly won’t amount to a drought-busting rainfall:
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Temperatures will still be quite warm tomorrow, reaching the mid to upper 70s before the showers move in:
Tomorrow’s record is 82° — it isn’t likely to be in jeopardy, but it certainly isn’t 100% safe either.

Cooler weather on the way by the end of the work week and the weekend, but we’ll still be a few degrees above average — upper 60s Friday, around 70 Saturday and into the low 70s Sunday:



Short list of nerd-links again today…the internets were not in a giving mood yesterday.


About paulheggen33

Morning meteorologist for WNCN-TV in Raleigh.
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