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Linville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 6:01PM

Between Two Fronts

We are not between two ferns, but we are between two fronts today--one in the Atlantic, another stretching from the Great Lakes to the Great Plains. The front to our west passes through here late Thursday with a passing shower possible late-day or early evening. Then cool high pressure dominates the Eastern U. S. Friday and Saturday. Valley frost is a good bet for sunrise Saturday.

Wednesday

Hi: 64 Lo: 46

Mostly clear; Cool; West wind 5-15 mph;
Thursday

Hi: 63 Lo: 41

Partly to mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out a passing PM shower; West wind 5-15 mph, becoming NW & breezy
Friday

Hi: 54 Lo: 35

Abundant sunshine; Much cooler; Valley frost possible Fri. night; NW wind 5-15 mph
Saturday

Hi: 57 Lo: 40

Mostly sunny; Cool
Sunday

Hi: 58 Lo: 43

More PM clouds; Still cooler than average; Showers possible late-day and Sun. night

Further Out

Monday - Mostly to partly cloudy; AM showers possible; High in the upper 50s; Low in the lower 40s
Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Still cooler than average; High in the lower 60s; Low in the lower 40s

Forecast Discussion

Tuesday's front is in the Atlantic. A front that will arrive late Thursday is zipping eastward through the Great Lakes and Great Plains.

After a breezy, cool start, we ended up with a clear end to the day. Expect more clouds late Thursday with a passing shower possible late-day or early-evening.

A large area of cool high pressure overtakes the Eastern U. S. Friday and Saturday. Temperatures will be 10 degrees below seasonal averages with valley frost at sunrise Saturday.

Sunday and Monday have the next front approaching from the west with low pressure forming near Cape Hatteras. Clouds increase Sunday. Showers are possible late Sunday through Monday morning.

By Tuesday, the front will be well to our east in the Atlantic. High pressure centered in Tennessee will control our weather with temperatures cooler than average but not as cool as Friday/Saturday.

After a quiet time in the Atlantic, a disturbance is in the Eastern Caribbean. It will be watched for development this weekend.

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