Cloud cover across the Pine Belt is taking longer to clear than anticipated, but we should see a few peeks of sunshine before the day ends. Lows tonight will fall into the low 50s.
Watch for fog during your Tuesday morning commute and be extra careful on the roadways if you're traveling before 9am. Skies will continue clearing tomorrow and temperatures will reach the mid 70s by the afternoon.
Wednesday brings the slight chance for a few isolated showers but a mix of clouds and sun seems to be a more likely story. Better rain chances come Thursday night as another front moves through.
We can expect one last shot of cold air by the weekend, so gardeners should hold off a few more days before planting their spring flowers! We'll likely escape a freeze but temperatures could fall into the mid 30s by Sunday morning.