Forecast Last Updated at Monday, September 22, 2014 at 9:44PM
Clear and Cool with Fall in the Air
Fall begins at 10:29 PM tonight. A front moved across the Appalachians Sunday evening delivering Fall air almost right on schedule. Tonight and Tuesday night will have a nip in the air--the first brushes with the 30s for "cold hole" locations like Valle Crucis and Banner Elk. Pleasant weather continues into Wednesday.
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Hi: 62 Lo: 37
Mostly clear; Cool; NW wind becoming light
Hi: 67 Lo: 38
Mostly sunny; A terrific start to Fall; Light wind becoming SE
Hi: 65 Lo: 48
Increasing PM clouds; A few showers possible Wed. night; East wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 67 Lo: 51
Mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out a shower or two
Hi: 66 Lo: 51
Mostly cloudy; Spotty light rain possible
Saturday - Mostly to partly cloudy; Can't rule out an early shower; High in the upper 60s; Low in the lower 50s
Sunday - Pleasant day; Increasing clouds Sun. night with rain possible late; High in the upper 60s; Low in the lower 50s
The front that moved through Sunday evening now sits nearly stationary along the Southeastern coast. The center of cool, dry high pressure will move slowly from the Ohio Valley toward New England overnight through Wednesday. We'll be the beneficiaries of pleasant Fall temperatures and sunshine through most of Wednesday.
The thorn in the side for this evenings forecast is low pressure that will build Wednesday into Thursday along the Southeast Coast. There's still questions about how far west this low will be and the extent of moisture into the Appalachians. We've taken a fairly cautious approach with the forecast--introducing clouds the the chance of spotty light rain Wednesday night through Saturday morning.
Our first Fall weekend looks pretty nice with more sun and pleasant temperatures. However, by Sunday night, low pressure building in the Gulf of Mexico will spread clouds northward. Rain is possible by late Sunday night; then Monday and Tuesday look wet.
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