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NWS Special Weather Statement (Surry County)

Current Conditions
Surry Co. Airport

Temp: 69.6°F
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Surry Co. Airport , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, April 3, 2020 at 4:11PM

Dry With A Warming Trend

After a rather pleasant day, tonight will be mostly clear and cool. Pleasant weather continues throughout the weekend, although we will have a little bit more cloud cover. Next week looks much the same: There will be partly cloudy skies with passing shower opportunities, but very little in the way of meaningful rainfall. Temperatures stay warm through the period.


Hi: 70 Lo: 40

Generally clear; Cool; Calm wind

Hi: 70 Lo: 45

Lots of sunshine; Nice; Light & variable wind

Hi: 71 Lo: 48

Partly sunny; Mild; Light south wind

Hi: 75 Lo: 53

Partly sunny; Stray late-day & nighttime showers; Warm

Hi: 74 Lo: 54

Partly to mostly cloudy; A shower or two around; Warm

Further Out

Wednesday - Plenty of sunshine; Unseasonably warm; High in the upper 70s; Low in the lower 50s
Thursday - Mostly sunny; Nice weather to be outside; High in the lower 70s; Low in the mid 40s

Forecast Discussion

For the first time in weeks, the forecast looks predominantly dry. This is not an unusual occurrence for this time of year, as April is one of the driest months on average on the western North Carolina weather calendar.

So for this evening, expect few clouds and cool overnight temperatures. The weekend looks nice, although there will be a few more clouds as a weak front limps toward the region by early next week.

This front will then lift northward as a warm front later Monday into Tuesday. A stronger, but moisture-starved cold front, then moves through by early Thursday. A few showers will be around during this period, but the character of precipitation will be spotty and light.

Next week looks quite warm, followed by a cool down by week’s end.


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