Forecast Last Updated at Friday, October 19, 2018 at 7:38PM
Increasing Clouds; Rain Late
Skies turn cloudy tonight, with some late-night and Saturday morning showers expected. Rainfall amounts will be quite light. Skies will partially clear Saturday afternoon, and much colder air will invade for Saturday night and Sunday. Frost is likely by daybreak Monday.
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Hi: 71 Lo: 52
Becoming cloudy with some rain likely late at night; Light SW wind
Hi: 65 Lo: 35
Mostly cloudy with AM showers likely; Clearing PM & cooler; NW wind 5-10 mph increasing to 10-20 mph & gusty at night
Hi: 52 Lo: 30
Bright sunshine & cooler; Frost and/or freeze likely Sunday night; NW wind 10-20 mph diminishing PM
Hi: 60 Lo: 34
Frosty early; Abundant sunshine & cool
Hi: 66 Lo: 40
Lots of sunshine; Pleasant
Wednesday - Mostly sunny; Increasing cloudiness Wednesday night; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 40s
Thursday - Becoming cloudy with PM rain possible; High near 60 degrees; Low in the lower 40s
Increasing clouds on the heels of an approaching front tonight swings through the region on Saturday. Expect some late-night showers that will conclude Saturday morning. The rain won’t amount to much. Skies will partially clear Saturday afternoon, and it will turn much cooler for Saturday night and Sunday. Novelty item: It’s cold enough late Saturday night and early Sunday morning for a few snowflakes up across the northern NC mountains, the first of the season.
Skies will be bright and sunny for your Sunday, but it’s going to be unseasonably cool. Under clear skies Sunday night and with Canadian high pressure building atop the area, expect a significant frost or freeze by daybreak Monday.
Quiet weather will continue next week with a slow warming trend. Our next weather-maker will probably not get close enough to spread rain into the Carolinas before next Thursday afternoon or Thursday night.
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