Forecast Last Updated at Friday, May 24, 2013 at 4:53PM
Temperatures today will be much cooler with a gusty northwest wind adding to the shock. Skies clear by afternoon. Gusty winds and chilly temperatures continue into the evening. If the wind abates in deeper valleys late today, some frost will be possible in those "cold holes". Temperatures rebound somewhat this weekend but remain on the cool side of normal. Expect more clouds Sunday afternoon. Memorial Day will be mostly cloudy and a step warmer with isolated afternoon showers and thundershowers.
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Hi: 55 Lo: 33
Becoming mostly sunny; Much cooler; Valley frost possible late tonight; NW wind 15-25 mph with gusts to 45 mph at times, decreasing some at night
Hi: 62 Lo: 39
A few PM clouds; Dry; Cooler than normal; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 64 Lo: 46
Partly to mostly cloudy; Still cool for May; Light West wind
Hi: 68 Lo: 49
Mostly cloudy; A step warmer; Isolated afternoon showers & t-showers
Hi: 74 Lo: 53
Partly to mostly cloudy; Another step warmer; Isolated afternoon showers & t-showers
Wednesday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Warm; Isolated afternoon t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Thursday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Warm; Isolated afternoon t-showers; High in the upper 70s; Low in the mid 50s
A front blew through from the west last night. We have clouds and a bit of light rain or drizzle early this morning. Skies will clear by afternoon. Expect a blustery day with unseasonably cool temperatures. Frost is possible late tonight in deeper valleys if the wind settles.
Saturday has a few afternoon clouds, less wind, and temperatures cooler than expected in late May.
Sunday and Memorial Day, a warm front forms in North Georgia/SW North Carolina stretching NW to the Great Plains. It will gradually slide northeast Monday night and Tuesday and will be far to our northeast Wednesday. The result will be more clouds Sunday and Monday. A bit of drizzle or even a light shower is not out of the question Sunday afternoon (not important enough to mention in the forecast above); however, isolated showers and thundershowers will be in the region Monday afternoon. Temperatures will remain cooler than normal Sunday but will be a step warmer Monday.
Tuesday through Thursday, we break into more summer-like weather. High pressure "assumes the position" in the Atlantic extending east into the Southeast U. S.--the infamous Bermuda High. A front will be locked up along the eastern edge of the Rockies. We can expect warm, humid weather with isolated afternoon convection (showers and thundershowers).
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