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Weather station located at Fred's General Mercantile atop Beech Mtn.
Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, June 12, 2021 at 9:19PM
Drier Weather Coming
A backdoor front moved north to south through North Carolina Saturday. Drier air is coming but did not arrive in time to salvage Saturday. Scattered showers and thundershowers tapered off late-day this evening. Sunday and Monday have only isolated PM thundershowers with warmer temperatures. Cooler air arrives mid-week.
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Hi: 65 Lo: 55
A stray evening shower; Then decreasing clouds later tonight; North wind 5-15 mph, becoming light
Hi: 69 Lo: 57
A bit more sunshine; Isolated PM t-showers; Light South wind becoming West Sun. night
Hi: 72 Lo: 54
Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon or early evening thundershower; Wind becoming NW 5-15 mph
Hi: 66 Lo: 49
Scattered clouds; Somewhat cooler
Hi: 62 Lo: 45
Scattered clouds; Clearing Wed. night; Noticeably cooler
Thursday - Mostly clear; Still cooler than average; High in the mid 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Friday - Scattered clouds; Warmer; High in the upper 60s; Low in the mid 50s
Two fronts affect our weather in the next three days.
First, a front pressed north to south through North Carolina in "backdoor fashion" during the daytime Saturday. Scattered showers and thundershowers tapered off Saturday evening. Clouds decrease overnight.
The second front arrives from the northwest late Monday. We'll have a little "heat surge" ahead of that front. With drier air in place, we'll have only isolated afternoon and early evening thundershowers both Sunday and Monday.
Cool, Canadian high pressure settles in after Monday. The coolest day will be Wednesday with lows Wednesday night dipping into the 40s in spots. Dry weather dominates after Monday. The chance for a renegade afternoon shower is not zero Wednesday with cool air aloft, but it's too small to mention in the day's forecast box.
Temperatures rebound gradually in the second half of next week under lots of sun.
One item of interest next week (not affect our weather however) will be the potential for a tropical storm in the Western Gulf of Mexico. "Bill" would be the name.
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