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Morganton

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Morganton , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, September 1, 2014 at 7:09AM

Mostly Dry & Warm Labor Day

Labor Day starts off with a few showers (maybe a thundershower) moving through early this morning, mainly in the mountains, but the rest of the day (ie. from late-morning on) looks mostly dry. A similar story goes for Tuesday (minus the morning showers). Today and tomorrow will be unseasonably warm as well, at least by September’s standards. The coverage of showers and storms goes up a bit by the middle of the week along with a slight drop in afternoon highs.

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Monday

Hi: 91 Lo: 65

Patchy AM fog, otherwise mostly to partly cloudy & very warm for Labor Day; Can't rule out a stray shower or t-storm; West wind 5-10 mph
Tuesday

Hi: 93 Lo: 67

Partly cloudy; Toasty; Can't rule out an afternoon or nighttime t-storm; Light SW wind
Wednesday

Hi: 91 Lo: 67

Partly to mostly cloudy; Widely scattered afternoon & evening showers and t-storms; Light north wind
Thursday

Hi: 89 Lo: 65

Partly sunny; Scattered afternoon & evening showers and t-storms
Friday

Hi: 88 Lo: 66

Partly sunny; Scattered afternoon & evening showers and t-storms

Further Out

Saturday - Partly cloudy with widely scattered afternoon & evening showers & t-storms; High in the upper 80s; Low in the mid 60s
Sunday - Partly to mostly cloudy with widely scattered showers & t-showers; High in the mid 80s; Low in the mid 60s

Forecast Discussion

Over the next several days, an upper level high will basically stay locked in place across the southern US. Front marching across the northern US will try to drop south into the Carolinas, but the high will make it tough. By the weekend, though, the high may break down enough for one of the fronts to finally make it further south into the area. Until then, summer weather continues with above normal temperatures and isolated to scattered afternoon/evening storms.

For today, we still expect a mostly dry day overall. However, there are a few showers out there this morning that will make a run across western NC early, but mainly confined to the mountains. After that, only a stray afternoon shower or storm is expected…good news for any outdoor, Labor Day plans. Tuesday will be similar to today, but with an extra shower or storm thrown in during the afternoon and evening hours.

One of the fronts mentioned above will make a run at WNC Wednesday. It may reach northern NC before quickly lifting back to the north. Regardless, due to its close proximity, we expect a higher (ie. scattered) coverage of showers and storms, especially in the afternoon and evening hours.

The rest of the week looks like more of the same with typical, summer-time afternoon/evening storms. As mentioned above, a front may be able to penetrate further into North Carolina late in the weekend and this may be accompanied by a greater coverage of storms. Too early to know for sure just yet, though.

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