The windy cold front that swept through our area yesterday has ushered in weather that is much more typical of November than the record breaking temperatures we recorded last week.
North Carolina's governor issued a statewide state of emergency declaration Friday as the death toll from severe flooding that wreaked havoc across the state on Thursday continued to rise: https://t.co/dBTe9LzML3 pic.twitter.com/E5r0gSHhns
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) November 15, 2020
Sunshine will be plentiful today with high temperatures in the upper 50’s. The next few days will continue to offer sunshine but overnight temps may dip close to or below freezing for the first time in quite some while on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
The growing season has ended for much of eastern VA and the MD eastern shore. Thus, no frost or freeze headlines for the sub-freezing temps expected later this week for areas west of the line indicated on the map #mdwx #vawx #ncwx https://t.co/aXK1frvOHZ pic.twitter.com/vStxkfxkRr
— NWS Wakefield (@NWSWakefieldVA) November 15, 2020