Foggy, damp Monday ahead of chilly New Year
RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) -- It was a foggy start to the day Monday as the high pressure that built in overnight brought a seasonably cool day with some sunshine peeking through.
The sun won't stick around for long, as a cold front moves in later on in the evening.
ABC11 Meteorologist Don "Big Weather" Schwenneker says the front will produce a rain shower in some places, but most areas remain dry.
The rain will not be as heavy as Sunday's storm system that resulted in minor flooding around the state.
Behind Monday's cold front, another cold air mass will build into the area on Tuesday with sunshine returning; brisk winds and high temperatures only in the low 50s will make it feel colder.
To round out the rest of the week, another front moves in on Thursday and will produce a couple of showers. Behind that front an even colder air mass arrives for Friday and Saturday with high temperatures on Friday barely getting above 40 degree.
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