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Morganton , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, January 18, 2019 at 6:45AM

Quiet FRI; Wet SAT, Then Cold

Skies will become partly sunny today with relatively mild temperatures for mid-January. Rain returns on Saturday, with an emphasis on Saturday PM. A blast of cold air arrives on Sunday, although skies will be mostly sunny. After a very cold start to the workweek, temperatures moderate a bit out ahead of another wet weather system that will arrive toward the middle of next week.

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Friday

Hi: 55 Lo: 38

Becoming partly sunny & rather mild; Calm wind becoming light SE
Saturday

Hi: 51 Lo: 37

Cloudy with rain arriving; SE wind 5-10 mph
Sunday

Hi: 39 Lo: 17

Mostly sunny; Blustery & much colder with morning highs; NW wind 10-20 mph gusting to 30, diminishing Sunday night
Monday

Hi: 35 Lo: 18

Clear but quite cold
Tuesday

Hi: 41 Lo: 32

Increasing cloudiness & chilly; Rain arriving later Tuesday night

Further Out

Wednesday - Cloudy with rain; High in the lower 50s; Low in the lower 30s
Thursday - Early rain could end as flurries; Clearing & colder; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s

Forecast Discussion

With intervals of clouds and sunshine today, temperatures will be rather mild for this time of year. Developing low-pressure coming out of Oklahoma tonight will track eastward into the Tennessee Valley this weekend, reaching the Mid-Atlantic coast by Sunday morning.

This low will send a strong cold front into the state Saturday night. Rain will precede the front on Saturday, with the steadiest rain scheduled for Saturday afternoon and evening.

Behind the front, a piece of Arctic air will arrive for Sunday, promoting morning high temperatures, with falling temperatures thereafter. Perhaps the coldest air thus far this season arrives for Sunday night.

Cold and generally clear conditions will be with us on Monday, with slowly moderating temperatures thereafter.

A new storm system takes shape over the nation’s midsection on Tuesday, with the associated frontal system making a run at the area for next Wednesday. Another period of significant rainfall looks likely for Tuesday night and Wednesday, followed by another turn to colder weather.

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