Forecast Last Updated at Monday, October 20, 2014 at 7:09AM
The theme over the next several days will be generally quiet. But, there are a few things worth mentioning. A front coming through this evening may kick of a shower or two, but most of the area stays dry. An upper level disturbance then swings through late Tuesday and, once again, may be accompanied by a shower or two (but mainly limited to areas north and west of Asheville along the TN/NC state line). That disturbance will kick up the wind Tuesday night and Wednesday as well as bring a quick shot of cooler air to the region. Beyond Wednesday, it is clear sailing into the weekend.
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Hi: 67 Lo: 44
Partly cloudy; Can't rule out a late-day or evening shower; Light wind becoming SW 5-15 mph in the afternoon
Hi: 64 Lo: 37
Scattered clouds (a bit more cloudiness north & west); Cannot rule out a stray, light shower; NW wind 5-15 mph (gusty Tue. night)
Hi: 57 Lo: 37
Partly cloudy (a bit more cloudiness north & west of Asheville); Breezy & cooler; NW wind 10-20 mph & gusty
Hi: 63 Lo: 38
Hi: 66 Lo: 43
Mostly sunny; Seasonable
Saturday - Mostly sunny; High in the upper 60s; Low in the lower 40s
Sunday - Sunny skies; High in the lower 70s; Low in the mid 40s
High pressure that was over the eastern US on Sunday is moving east as a cold front advances out of the central US. The front will sweep across western NC late this afternoon/tonight. Moisture is very limited, but a shower or two can’t be ruled out with the front. Behind the front, a follow-up disturbance will move through Tuesday night with a bit more cloudiness and maybe a brief rain shower, mainly north and west of Asheville along the TN/NC line. That disturbance will increase the wind Tuesday night into Wednesday as well as bring even cooler air into the region. For now, Wednesday is forecast to be the coolest day of the next seven with highs only topping out in the 50’s across most of the area.
High pressure builds in on Thursday and will more or less remain in control of the weather all the way through the upcoming weekend. Temperatures will gradually moderate with a few locations possibly reaching the 70 degree mark by Sunday.
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