Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, April 23, 2014 at 8:48PM
Sun but Breezy Day
Sunny, breezy and cool worked well this Wednesday. Thursday will be a touch warmer with increasing clouds at night. Showers are expected late Thursday night and Friday morning (maybe some thunder). Otherwise, we have nice weather through the weekend.
It's our favorite time of year again... MerleFest, Thursday through Sunday wall-to-wall music on 13 stages. The weather looks great (except for a few showers morning and early afternoon Friday). See our Hour-by-Hour MerleFest Forecast for details.
Hi: 60 Lo: 32
Clear skies; Slightly cooler; NW wind 10 mph becoming light tonight
Hi: 66 Lo: 47
Scattered clouds increasing at night; Warmer; Showers possible late Thur. night; SE wind 5-15 mph becoming SW at night & gusty up top
Hi: 66 Lo: 45
Mostly cloudy; Scattered AM showers & t-showers; Early wind SW 5-15 mph becoming NW by noon, light at night
Hi: 72 Lo: 47
Sunny skies; Beautiful Saturday
Hi: 69 Lo: 48
Nice day with increasing clouds late; Slight chance of showers late Sun. night
Monday - Generally cloudy; Cannot rule out daytime showers; Better chance of showers Mon. night; High in the mid 60s; Low near 50 degrees
Tuesday - Cloudy; Showers; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Tuesday's front is well to our south in Georgia. The breeze settles tonight and temperatures will be cool.
Thursday will be warmer with plenty of sun; however, clouds increase Thursday evening as a front approaches from the west. Showers are possible late Thursday night and Friday morning (a rumble of thunder is possible). The front will move through quickly and sun returns Friday afternoon.
Friday's front settles to our south leaving us with a very nice weekend and high pressure in control.
Our next rain-maker is an upper-level low moving out of the Rockies Sunday into the Plains, then to the Ohio Valley by Tuesday. A couple "spokes" of moisture will be associated with the slow-moving low. We have the chance of a few showers late Sunday night into Monday. The more significant rain comes Monday night into Tuesday as an associated cold front moves through. Exact details on timing for the rain event early next week are not knowable now. Cooler weather is a good bet for the middle/end of next week.
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