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Sugar Mountain Top , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 4:39PM

More Clouds, Rain Tomorrow

We'll have an increase in cloud cover tonight as the remnants of Tropical Storm Beta advance in our direction. Moisture from Beta arrives Thursday afternoon, though I cannot rule out a pre-lunch shower tomorrow. Once the rain gets going it persists through Friday tapering off Friday night.

Wednesday

Hi: 68 Lo: 48

Increasing clouds; Light wind
Thursday

Hi: 51 Lo: 50

Cloudy; Perhaps some showers before lunch followed by steadier afternoon rain developing; Light South wind
Friday

Hi: 53 Lo: 51

Generally cloudy; Showers, maybe thunder; Light South wind
Saturday

Hi: 60 Lo: 51

Partly sunny; Cannot rule out a passing shower; Not as cool
Sunday

Hi: 62 Lo: 51

Mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out a passing shower

Further Out

Monday - Partly sunny; Perhaps some morning sprinkles; High in the lower 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Tuesday - Becoming mostly cloudy; Scattered afternoon to evening showers; Colder Tues. night; High in the upper 50s; Low in the lower 40s

Forecast Discussion

It's all about Beta as we move through the rest of the work week and into the weekend. The remnant circulation of Beta is approaching Lake Charles, Louisiana this evening. From there it eventually moves northeast through western NC Friday and off the Mid Atlantic coast Saturday.

The increasing clouds we saw today are a precursor to Thursday's rain. A shower or two may meander into the region before lunchtime but tomorrow's rain is focused on the afternoon hours and beyond. Rain continues Thursday night and Friday becoming lighter Friday afternoon and tapering off Friday night for the most part. Rainfall totals will be around an inch with isolated higher amounts especially along the Blue Ridge. Temperatures are held back thanks to clouds and rain.

Despite Beta moving out of the region this weekend we're left in a subtle stew of moisture. I can't rule out a passing shower Saturday or Sunday though most of us stay dry. It will be warmer as well.

The first of two cold fronts early next week moves through Monday morning. We won't feel the first one in terms of temperatures. The second front arrives late Tuesday with scattered afternoon and evening showers. Thereafter, the door is opened for some pretty chilly conditions the second half of the week.

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