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Crossnore , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, September 3, 2015 at 6:45PM

Late Summer Warmth Continues

Warm temperatures continue through Friday, then we get a bit of a “market correction” this weekend with cooler temperatures. Similar to the past couple of days, isolated showers and thundershowers will be around this afternoon, then the activity ramps up a bit Friday afternoon. A cold front sneaks through from the north bringing more clouds and scattered showers to the weekend. Improvements commencing towards the end of the weekend should lead us to fairly decent Labor Day weather.

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Hi: 80 Lo: 59

A stray early evening t-shower; Partly cloudy; NW wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 78 Lo: 58

Partly to mostly cloudy; Widely scattered PM t-showers; Light East wind

Hi: 72 Lo: 56

Generally cloudy with patchy fog; Scattered showers; Light East wind

Hi: 73 Lo: 55

Generally cloudy with morning fog possible; Isolated showers; Partly cloudy west by afternoon

Hi: 75 Lo: 56

Mostly to partly cloudy; Isolated afternoon showers possible

Further Out

Tuesday - Partly cloudy; An isolated afternoon t-shower possible; High in the mid 70s; Low in the upper 50s
Wednesday - Partly cloudy; Stray PM shower or t-shower; High in the upper 70s; Low in the upper 50s

Forecast Discussion

The isolated thundershowers that popped up Thursday afternoon fizzle this evening. The overnight hours will be pleasant under partially clear skies.

High pressure hangs on prolonging our unseasonably warm weather through the end of the work week. Friday may be a tad less warm overall, but still quite warm for September standards. A backdoor cold front approaches from the north bringing an uptick in afternoon shower and thundershower activity.

Moist easterly flow develops this weekend providing more clouds and cooler temperatures. Saturday through early Sunday has scattered showers and some fog, especially along the Blue Ridge. Drier air arrives Sunday, giving us improving conditions as we head into Labor Day.

Next week settles into a more seasonable pattern with no more than pop-up thundershowers expected, mostly in the afternoon. The next front approaches from the west Thursday.


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