RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Yesterday was a nice day across the Triangle; we had sunshine with highs in the mid-70s, dew points in the low to mid-50s and even a bit of a breeze. Right now, temperatures are in the low to mid-50s across the area, though we do have some clouds in spots.
As the high-pressure area to the north of us slides eastward and away from the coast today, Sally will be making landfall near the Alabama/Florida border and then pushing inland. These are the two big factors in our weather for the rest of the week.
As the high gets farther offshore, the easterly flow that picks up will be bringing in additional low-level moisture across eastern and central North Carolina. This is already bringing some lower clouds to parts of the area. We’ll also see increasing higher clouds being carried well east of Sally. These factors will combine to give us more cloudiness today than we saw yesterday.
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