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Wind: WNW 1 MPH WNW
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Activity Meter: Driving

Today's Forecast

Monday

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Widely scattered thundershowers during the evening
66°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 3

Partly cloudy; Widely scattered thundershowers during the evening

Tuesday

Daytime

Partly sunny; PM showers & thunderstorms are likely
82°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 3

Partly sunny; PM showers & thunderstorms are likely

Typical Summer Weather Business

We get about the business of typical June weather this week, as we enjoy seasonable levels of warmth and humidity. These ingredients will give rise to scattered to occasionally numerous PM showers and thunderstorms every afternoon through Thursday. We might get into a drier patch for Friday and Saturday, before widely-scattered PM thunderstorms return by Sunday afternoon.

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7-Day Forecast

Tuesday

Overnight

Scattered evening thundershowers; Partly to mostly cloudy
65°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 3

Scattered evening thundershowers; Partly to mostly cloudy

Wednesday

Daytime

Partly sunny; Scattered afternoon showers & thunderstorms
82°

Wind: Light west

Activity Meter: 3

Partly sunny; Scattered afternoon showers & thunderstorms

 

Overnight

Perhaps an evening shower or thundershower; Partly cloudy
65°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 3

Perhaps an evening shower or thundershower; Partly cloudy

Thursday

Daytime

Partly sunny with scattered to numerous afternoon showers & thunderstorms
82°

Activity Meter: 3

Partly sunny with scattered to numerous afternoon showers & thunderstorms

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Scattered evening showers & thundershowers
64°

Activity Meter: 3

Partly cloudy; Scattered evening showers & thundershowers

Friday

Daytime

Lots of sunshine & warm for the first day of summer
83°

Activity Meter: 5

Lots of sunshine & warm for the first day of summer

 

Overnight

Generally clear
63°

Activity Meter: 5

Generally clear

Saturday

Daytime

Mostly sunny & quite warm
84°

Activity Meter: 5

Mostly sunny & quite warm

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
65°

Activity Meter: 5

Scattered clouds

Sunday

Daytime

A good deal of sunshine, but with widely-separated afternoon showers & thunderstorms
85°

Activity Meter: 4

A good deal of sunshine, but with widely-separated afternoon showers & thunderstorms

 

Overnight

Maybe a leftover evening shower or thundershower; Partly  cloudy
65°

Activity Meter: 4

Maybe a leftover evening shower or thundershower; Partly cloudy

Discussion

Typical Summer Weather Business

Western North Carolina will be devoid of significant frontal passages during this period, but we will be loosely affected by a nearly-stationary front that will be oscillating east-west through the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic states just about all week. There will be a number of weak upper-level impulses that will be traversing near or just south of the front, and these could enhance our coverage of showers and thunderstorms, centered on the afternoon and evening hours.

Scattered activity is expected each afternoon, with maybe the best coverage days coming Tuesday and Thursday. The passage of a weak front or surface trough may provide a couple of dry days for Friday and Saturday, with widely-separated PM showers and thunderstorms making a return by the end of next weekend.

After relatively cool and dry weather last week, temperatures and humidity levels will be returning back to near to above-normal this week.

Monday

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Widely scattered thundershowers during the evening
66°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 3

Partly cloudy; Widely scattered thundershowers during the evening

Tuesday

Daytime

Partly sunny; PM showers & thunderstorms are likely
82°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 3

Partly sunny; PM showers & thunderstorms are likely

Typical Summer Weather Business

We get about the business of typical June weather this week, as we enjoy seasonable levels of warmth and humidity. These ingredients will give rise to scattered to occasionally numerous PM showers and thunderstorms every afternoon through Thursday. We might get into a drier patch for Friday and Saturday, before widely-scattered PM thunderstorms return by Sunday afternoon.

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Tuesday

Overnight

Scattered evening thundershowers; Partly to mostly cloudy
65°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 3

Scattered evening thundershowers; Partly to mostly cloudy

Wednesday

Daytime

Partly sunny; Scattered afternoon showers & thunderstorms
82°

Wind: Light west

Activity Meter: 3

Partly sunny; Scattered afternoon showers & thunderstorms

 

Overnight

Perhaps an evening shower or thundershower; Partly cloudy
65°

Wind: Light SW

Activity Meter: 3

Perhaps an evening shower or thundershower; Partly cloudy

Thursday

Daytime

Partly sunny with scattered to numerous afternoon showers & thunderstorms
82°

Activity Meter: 3

Partly sunny with scattered to numerous afternoon showers & thunderstorms

 

Overnight

Partly cloudy; Scattered evening showers & thundershowers
64°

Activity Meter: 3

Partly cloudy; Scattered evening showers & thundershowers

Friday

Daytime

Lots of sunshine & warm for the first day of summer
83°

Activity Meter: 5

Lots of sunshine & warm for the first day of summer

 

Overnight

Generally clear
63°

Activity Meter: 5

Generally clear

Saturday

Daytime

Mostly sunny & quite warm
84°

Activity Meter: 5

Mostly sunny & quite warm

 

Overnight

Scattered clouds
65°

Activity Meter: 5

Scattered clouds

Sunday

Daytime

A good deal of sunshine, but with widely-separated afternoon showers & thunderstorms
85°

Activity Meter: 4

A good deal of sunshine, but with widely-separated afternoon showers & thunderstorms

 

Overnight

Maybe a leftover evening shower or thundershower; Partly  cloudy
65°

Activity Meter: 4

Maybe a leftover evening shower or thundershower; Partly cloudy

Typical Summer Weather Business

Western North Carolina will be devoid of significant frontal passages during this period, but we will be loosely affected by a nearly-stationary front that will be oscillating east-west through the Ohio Valley and Mid-Atlantic states just about all week. There will be a number of weak upper-level impulses that will be traversing near or just south of the front, and these could enhance our coverage of showers and thunderstorms, centered on the afternoon and evening hours.

Scattered activity is expected each afternoon, with maybe the best coverage days coming Tuesday and Thursday. The passage of a weak front or surface trough may provide a couple of dry days for Friday and Saturday, with widely-separated PM showers and thunderstorms making a return by the end of next weekend.

After relatively cool and dry weather last week, temperatures and humidity levels will be returning back to near to above-normal this week.