Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, November 25, 2017 at 6:29AM
Clouds Today; More Sun Sunday
Skies will become mostly cloudy during the daytime but it will be quite mild. Expect clearing tonight, paving the way for a sunny and cooler Sunday around the Foothills. We’ve been in a really quiet weather pattern, and that looks to hold for a good portion of next week as well. We may have some light rainfall to contend with by Thursday night.
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Hi: 62 Lo: 35
Becoming mostly cloudy, then becoming clear tonight; SW wind 5-10 mph becoming NW tonight
Hi: 56 Lo: 28
Generally clear; A little cooler; Light NW wind becoming calm at night
Hi: 57 Lo: 30
Bright sunshine; Seasonable; Light wind
Hi: 58 Lo: 33
Sunny; Rather mild
Hi: 61 Lo: 36
Mostly clear; Seasonally pleasant
Thursday - Lots of sunshine and mild; Mostly cloudy with a few showers Thursday night; High in the upper 50s; Low in the mid 30s
Friday - Maybe an early shower; Clearing by afternoon; Cooler; High in the mid 50s; Low in the upper 20s
A cold front is headed our way, and will be responsible for the increased daytime cloud cover around western North Carolina. Skies will become clear tonight.
Skies will be sunny for the conclusion of the holiday weekend. After a mild Saturday, Sunday temperatures will be a bit cooler behind the front.
Unusually quiet weather is expected to continue for the balance of the workweek, and temperatures will be on the mild side. We will be monitoring the progress of a new frontal system that will be approaching by late Thursday. It represents our only opportunity for some measurable rainfall after a lengthy dry spell. Still, rainfall amounts look to be very light with this next system. Sunny skies return on Friday along with cooler temperatures.
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