Forecast Last Updated at Friday, September 25, 2020 at 6:34PM
Fog and cool temperatures will continue tonight. Some clearing should begin early tomorrow and Saturday and Sunday look to be warm and mostly dry; although there will be a lot of clouds each day. The weather gets complicated early to mid next week. There will be chances of rain and cooler temperatures but we are not clear on the timing when that will occur. For now, it looks warm through mid week then cooling off and the best chance for steady rain could be mid week.
Hi: 57 Lo: 54
Generally cloudy with areas of fog; Evening showers possible; Light East wind, but breezy at higher elev's;
Hi: 71 Lo: 54
Lots of clouds with early fog possible; Slightly warmer; Maybe a passing shower; Light SE wind
Hi: 71 Lo: 55
Mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out a passing shower; Light SW wind
Hi: 71 Lo: 57
Variably cloudy; Maybe a passing shower
Hi: 68 Lo: 51
Mostly cloudy; Chance of showers through evening
Wednesday - Cloudy; Periods of rain; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 50s
Thursday - Cloudy early with some clearing late; Occasional showers in the AM; High in the lower 60s; Low in the mid 40s
The remnants of Beta will move out of the picture by tomorrow morning and warm high pressure will take over for the weekend. There will be a lot of clouds around both days but some sun as well with only a slight chance of a shower or two.
It is not clear how the players in our weather game will behave early to mid next week. As of now, A cold front will move toward western NC from the west Monday but will hit the brakes as low pressure develops along it near Tennessee and moves into the Ohio Valley. Western NC stays on the warmer side of the front Monday and Tuesday. There are small chances of showers Monday and Tuesday.
The cold front should move through Wednesday bringing steady rain. Cooler temperatures and windy conditions will move in behind the front Thursday. Our computer guidance is offering different solutions for the timing of these features so stay tuned as the forecast should become clearer over the next few days.
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