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Seven Devils , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, October 25, 2020 at 6:24AM

Rain Ending; Drizzle and Fog Remain

The steady rain will be ending during the morning but drizzle and fog, along with cool temperatures will continue through tonight. After morning fog and drizzle, tomorrow turns sunny and temperatures warm. The middle of the week is warm and dry but more rain moves in Thursday. Temperatures turn colder by the end of the week.

Ray Russell's 2020-2021 Winter Fearless Forecast is now available. The bottom line for the forecast is: 1) less than average snow and 2) slightly warmer than average temperatures. We will have a few significant snow events but prolonged cold periods will be difficult to sustain. Get all the details here. The Fearless Forecast is sponsored by Peak Insurance Group.

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Hi: 58 Lo: 46

Cloudy with fog; Steady rain tapering off in the AM; Drizzle and fog continue in the PM and overnight; Light SE wind, but breezy at higher elev's

Hi: 64 Lo: 47

Cloudy early with drizzle and fog; Becoming Partly sunny in the PM; Light West wind

Hi: 67 Lo: 48

Patchy fog early; Mostly sunny; Warm; Light SW wind

Hi: 66 Lo: 54

Some sun early then increasing clouds in the PM; Rain overnight; Mild

Hi: 53 Lo: 40

Cloudy with periods of rain;

Further Out

Friday - Cloudy with a few showers early; Clearing in the PM and much cooler; Breezy; High near 50 degrees; Low in the lower 30s
Saturday - Mostly sunny; High in the lower 50s; Low in the mid 30s

Forecast Discussion

Chilly high pressure will wedge down the east side of the Appalachians and bring cooler temperatures today. The rain ends this morning but the drizzle and fog remain this afternoon and tonight with cool upslope flow.

Skies clear and temperatures warm Monday through Wednesday as high pressure to the south influences our weather. A weak cold front approaches Tuesday but it stalls just to our north. Low pressure moving across the southern Plains will ride along the front late in the week bringing more rain and fog, Wednesday night and Thursday and much cooler temperatures for Friday.

Tropical Storm Zeta formed south of Cuba overnight. Zeta should move into the Gulf of Mexico as a hurricane and affect the Gulf coast states late next week.


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