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Asheville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 4:40PM

Sweet Spring

We started Sunday with cool valleys, but temperatures rose quickly to "terrific". Wonderful spring temperatures and lots of beautiful weather are the main weather headlines for us this week. A secondary story will be stray afternoon thundershowers beginning Wednesday.

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Hi: 74 Lo: 51

Scattered clouds; Even warmer; Light South wind

Hi: 75 Lo: 51

Lots of sunshine & warm; Light South wind

Hi: 75 Lo: 53

Mostly sunny & warm; Light South wind

Hi: 76 Lo: 54

Pleasant weather continues; Scattered afternoon clouds; Cannot rule out an afternoon t-shower

Hi: 78 Lo: 55

Scattered clouds; Warm; Isolated PM t-showers

Further Out

Friday - Scattered clouds; Isolated PM t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Saturday - Scattered clouds; Isolated PM t-showers; High in the upper 70s; Low in the mid 50s

Forecast Discussion

Last week, the weather map looked like winter. By the end of this week, it looks like summer.

The center of high pressure slides off the Carolina Coast today; however, it will control the Southeast east as long as the weather eye can see. The next two fronts will not be able to penetrate the Southeast, stalling well to our north before retreating. An upper-level disturbance in the Gulf moves across Florida and stalls off the Southeast Coast, spawning surface low pressure Thursday. That low will lurk off the Carolina Coast next weekend; however, it will have no direct effect on our weather other than increasing a moist flow off the Atlantic.

So what does all that mean for us? 1) Progressively warmer temperatures this week. 2) Mostly beautiful weather. 3) Increasing humidity from a southeasterly and eventually easterly flow will raise the potential for isolated afternoon showers and thundershowers. The only real forecast quandary is what day do we mention the popup thundershower potential in the forecast. We decided to include that mention beginning Wednesday (but a renegade afternoon thundershower is not completely impossible Tuesday).


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