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Station located in Creekside Village. Courtesy of weather.relloz.com/wx.htm
Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, November 27, 2021 at 6:23AM
Quiet Holiday Weekend
Skies will be mostly sunny to kick off the holiday weekend. After a cold start to the day, we will enjoy significant moderation in temperatures after our cold Black Friday. Sunday features much the same weather, albeit with some additional cloud cover. A reinforcing shot of cold air arrives for Monday, then a noteworthy moderating temperature trend takes hold from there.
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Hi: 55 Lo: 30
Mostly sunny with a milder afternoon; Partly cloudy tonight; Light NW wind becoming calm
Hi: 54 Lo: 27
Partly sunny; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 46 Lo: 27
Sunshine but chilly
Hi: 59 Lo: 32
Lots of sunshine; Noticeably milder
Hi: 60 Lo: 35
Mostly sunny; Pleasant start to December
Thursday - Plenty of sunshine; Nice; High in the lower 60s; Low in the upper 30s
Friday - Mostly sunny with above-normal temperatures; High in the lower 60s; Low in the upper 30s
Moderating Canadian high pressure will be the weather theme for the weekend. After a cold, blustery Black Friday, the weather today will be more tranquil with lighter winds. Expect a nice bounce in temperatures after a cold daybreak.
A cold front is scheduled to cross the Southern Appalachians with little fanfare Sunday night. Ahead of the front, there will be more clouds around on Sunday, but no precipitation. Temperatures will be similar to Saturday.
Behind the front, we have another day of colder weather set to start the workweek. After Monday, temperatures moderate nicely into mid-and-late week. Dry weather is set to continue. And for those of you that are wondering, dry weather along and especially east of the Appalachian spine is a characteristic of a winter La Niña.
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