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The only constant is change in Wilson County's forecast this week, when daytime high temperatures will jump from the low 40s to the low- to mid-70s and then begin to boomerang back down.
Tuesday will be chilly and overcast with a 20 percent chance of a shower or passing drizzle, but a high-pressure system will bring above-average temperatures Wednesday through Friday, Albert Thomas Jr. explains in this week's installment of The Wilson Times Weathercast.
Wednesday's highs should be in the low 60s, with the mercury reaching the low 70s Thursday and Friday. Some forecast models predict balmy mid-70s temps on Thursday.
The chance of rain increases to 50 percent as a cold front arrives Friday afternoon. The chillier air will stall Saturday's high around 50 degrees - but that's about average for this time of year. Normal daytime highs are in the low 50s and overnight lows are in the lower 30s.
ABOUT THE WEATHERCAST
Albert Thomas Jr., a Wilson attorney and retired judge, will weigh in on Wilson's weather conditions each Tuesday and Saturday. Thomas is forecast aficionado who recalls Wilson community weatherman Joe Overman's broadcasts on WVOT radio.
Visit WilsonTimes.com each Tuesday morning for a glimpse of workweek weather highlights and get Wilson County's weekend forecast each Saturday morning.