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Wind: Calm
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Activity Meter: Driving

Today's Forecast

Friday

Overnight

Mostly clear
67°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Saturday

Daytime

Early valley fog patches; Plenty of sunshine, but some more afternoon cloud build-ups & isolated showers & thundershowers; Warm & humid
87°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 4

Early valley fog patches; Plenty of sunshine, but some more afternoon cloud build-ups & isolated showers & thundershowers; Warm & humid

Prototypical Summertime Weather

It’s a good-looking weather pattern for outside weather activities, as long as you don’t mind the warmth and humidity. Expect mostly dry weather through the weekend with only isolated afternoon showers and thundershowers. Temperatures today through Sunday will run between 5-10 degrees above normal as we enjoy plenty of daily sunshine.

7-Day Forecast

Saturday

Overnight

Partly cloudy
68°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 4

Partly cloudy

Sunday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Hit-or-miss afternoon thunder; Warm & sticky
86°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly sunny; Hit-or-miss afternoon thunder; Warm & sticky

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
67°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Monday

Daytime

Plenty of sunshine; A rogue afternoon thundershower; Continued very warm
86°

Activity Meter: 4

Plenty of sunshine; A rogue afternoon thundershower; Continued very warm

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
66°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Tuesday

Daytime

A good amount of sunshine; Cannot rule out an afernoon thundershower
86°

Activity Meter: 4

A good amount of sunshine; Cannot rule out an afernoon thundershower

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
66°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Wednesday

Daytime

Lots of sunshine; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower; Very warm & rather humid
87°

Activity Meter: 4

Lots of sunshine; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower; Very warm & rather humid

 

Overnight

A stray evening shower or thundershower; Scattered clouds
67°

Activity Meter: 4

A stray evening shower or thundershower; Scattered clouds

Thursday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower
86°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly sunny; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
65°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Discussion

Prototypical Summertime Weather

The weather map features a dome of high pressure extending from the surface to the top of the troposphere. This will create very warm and humid conditions, especially for this time of year, through the weekend period.

High pressure will generally suppress precipitation, and isolated showers and thundershowers will be few-and-far between. The weather pattern is generally a dry one at least through the early part of next week. Of course, you might beg to differ if you get underneath a thundershower, but overall rainfall coverage is going to be quite limited around western North Carolina over the coming days.

We are monitoring the progress of a tropical wave that will be moving across south Florida this weekend. So far, it hasn’t developed, but there is still some potential for development if/when the wave makes it into the Gulf of Mexico. However, at this time, its potential impact on our area looks low to nil. If it organizes and gets a name, it would be called Hermine.

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Friday

Overnight

Mostly clear
67°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Saturday

Daytime

Early valley fog patches; Plenty of sunshine, but some more afternoon cloud build-ups & isolated showers & thundershowers; Warm & humid
87°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 4

Early valley fog patches; Plenty of sunshine, but some more afternoon cloud build-ups & isolated showers & thundershowers; Warm & humid

Prototypical Summertime Weather

It’s a good-looking weather pattern for outside weather activities, as long as you don’t mind the warmth and humidity. Expect mostly dry weather through the weekend with only isolated afternoon showers and thundershowers. Temperatures today through Sunday will run between 5-10 degrees above normal as we enjoy plenty of daily sunshine.

Saturday

Overnight

Partly cloudy
68°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 4

Partly cloudy

Sunday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; Hit-or-miss afternoon thunder; Warm & sticky
86°

Wind: Light SE

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly sunny; Hit-or-miss afternoon thunder; Warm & sticky

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
67°

Wind: Nearly calm

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Monday

Daytime

Plenty of sunshine; A rogue afternoon thundershower; Continued very warm
86°

Activity Meter: 4

Plenty of sunshine; A rogue afternoon thundershower; Continued very warm

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
66°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Tuesday

Daytime

A good amount of sunshine; Cannot rule out an afernoon thundershower
86°

Activity Meter: 4

A good amount of sunshine; Cannot rule out an afernoon thundershower

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
66°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Wednesday

Daytime

Lots of sunshine; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower; Very warm & rather humid
87°

Activity Meter: 4

Lots of sunshine; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower; Very warm & rather humid

 

Overnight

A stray evening shower or thundershower; Scattered clouds
67°

Activity Meter: 4

A stray evening shower or thundershower; Scattered clouds

Thursday

Daytime

Mostly sunny; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower
86°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly sunny; An isolated afternoon shower or thundershower

 

Overnight

Mostly clear
65°

Activity Meter: 4

Mostly clear

Prototypical Summertime Weather

The weather map features a dome of high pressure extending from the surface to the top of the troposphere. This will create very warm and humid conditions, especially for this time of year, through the weekend period.

High pressure will generally suppress precipitation, and isolated showers and thundershowers will be few-and-far between. The weather pattern is generally a dry one at least through the early part of next week. Of course, you might beg to differ if you get underneath a thundershower, but overall rainfall coverage is going to be quite limited around western North Carolina over the coming days.

We are monitoring the progress of a tropical wave that will be moving across south Florida this weekend. So far, it hasn’t developed, but there is still some potential for development if/when the wave makes it into the Gulf of Mexico. However, at this time, its potential impact on our area looks low to nil. If it organizes and gets a name, it would be called Hermine.