Last week's spring-like weather may seem like a distant memory now. Chilly rain showers are expected off and on Monday. Clouds and the rain will keep temperatures in the 40s all day in the Triangle. Some locations southeast of Raleigh like Fayetteville and Goldsboro could warm to near or slightly above 50 by the end of the day.
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More scattered showers are possible Monday night and again Tuesday. Temperatures will hold in the 40s from late Monday through early Tuesday morning before a warm front brings much warmer temperatures for Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday's high temperatures should range from the mid and upper 60s in the Triangle to near 70 or the low 70s in the Sandhills. The highest chance for rain Tuesday will come during the evening hours.
Much of central North Carolina should see around a half inch to one inch of rain from Monday morning through Tuesday night.
Sunhine and dry weather is forecast for Wednesday and Thursday. Another chance for rain is in the forecast for Friday.