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Weathercast: High pressure brings a cool, dry December week

Posted 12/2/19

Strong high-pressure systems are expected to limit chances of precipitation in The Wilson Times area this week.

In addition, those systems will keep us at or below historical average …

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Weathercast: High pressure brings a cool, dry December week

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Strong high-pressure systems are expected to limit chances of precipitation in The Wilson Times area this week.

In addition, those systems will keep us at or below historical average temperatures.

The temperature gauge will likely never get to the averages of 58 to 59 during the daytime, settling to around 50 degrees Tuesday, in the 53-55 degree range Wednesday through Friday, and back to around 50 Saturday.

Overnight lows will meet the averages in the mid-30s overnight Tuesday and Wednesday before retreating to the low 30s the rest of the week.

A trough passing through overnight Tuesday will produce clouds but with little chance of precipitation. Friday is the most likely day for rain this week but even then, chances are only 30%

For details, please click on the Weathercast's audio link below. 

  • Click the play button to listen to the Weathercast for the week of Dec. 3.

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