Winds will be mainly from the north with gusts near 60 miles per hour at times. The Triad could get 1 to 2 inches of rain by the time the storms move out. We hit the upper 80s and low 90s on Tuesday.
Cold air will begin filling in behind the low pressure for Monday night and Tuesday.
Temperatures are expected to drop into the upper 20's to around 30 degrees. A high wind warning will remain in effect for the lower elevations until 3 pm.
Elsewhere in the state, moderate winds and/or lower incoming background levels should help keep air quality in the "Good" range in most spots.
This system has produced several tornadoes over the past couple of days across the deep-south, and while it is expected to weaken, our atmosphere is potent enough to support severe weather during the day Sunday.
After tomorrow a freeze is possible Tuesday morning before warmer temperatures in the 60s and even 70s return. Northwesterly wind in the morning will shift to the southwest in the afternoon 5-10 miles per hour.
Engle said the normal average high is 58 and the normal low 41.
Today: Mostly sunny this morning, increasing clouds over and near the mountains this afternoon. In other words - it'll be dry, but the skies will stay "mostly cloudy" before they start trying to clear this afternoon/evening.
Friday is expected to be sunny with highs in the mid-70s. Paul International Airport, which grounded all flights Saturday afternoon as heavy snow made it hard to keep runways clear and planes deiced, while blizzard conditions forced the airport in South Dakota's biggest city, Sioux Falls, to remain closed for a second straight day. We'll fall back into lower 70s by next Saturday.