A new record low maximum was set today in Fayetteville. Assuming the high has already been set and we don’t warm any more, today’s high was 39 degrees in Fayetteville which breaks the previous record low maximum temperature of 41 degrees set back in 1955. Cooler weather will continue through Thursday with more rain expected on Tuesday and again on Thursday. The latest GFS and European are showing just rain for Thursday morning but the Canadian computer model suggests a rain/snow mix is possible. Here is the Canadian computer model for the Thursday time frame.
We will have to watch the potential for a few snowflakes mixing in, but even if that is the case, no accumulation or problems are expected. It is just another exclamation point to our very crazy winter.
Friday will start a quick and massive warm up. Highs will rebound into the 70s by next weekend.
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