GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Several upper-level disturbances will move across the area through Saturday night. Each will have very limited moisture and bring mainly periods of extra clouds and a reinforcing shot of chilly air.
The disturbance that brought rain and snow showers Wednesday night has moved east. The sky will be mostly sunny Thursday with a high of 43. Thursday night will be clear this evening with some increase in high clouds after midnight.
The low temperature will be 26.
Clouds will increase ahead of the next disturbance that will move through Friday night. Only a sprinkle or flurry is possible Friday night. Friday's high will be 45.
The weekend will be dry with a partly to mostly sunny sky. The high Saturday will be 40, after a morning low of 23.
The next disturbance will increase clouds Saturday afternoon through Saturday night. Sunday will be mostly sunny with a high of 44.
Our normal high temperature is 48, and our normal low is 29.