Greensboro--Scattered showers and thunderstorms may wash out a few outdoor plans this afternoon as a strong cold front approaches and moves through the area this evening.
With high temperatures in the mid and upper 80's, there will be enough heating so that a few of the storms could become severe with hail and damaging winds.
As the front moves to the coast, much cooler and drier air will filter in on the heels of a brisk northwesterly wind on Sunday.
As high pressure from Canada build over the area, the cooler and drier conditions will be around for much of next week. After today, no rain is expected through next Friday.
High temperatures will actually go a bit below normal for this time of year. Highs will be in the upper 70's with lows in the quite cool mid 50's.
Our normal high temperature for this time of year is 83, and our normal low temperature is 64.