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Morganton , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, September 15, 2014 at 7:27PM

Mostly Cloudy; Seasonably Cool

A few showers can't be ruled out this evening, but most stay dry. Even more sun is expected on Tuesday along with another small step up in temperatures. Once again, a shower or thundershower can’t be ruled out late in the day. Clouds and cooler temps make a brief comeback towards the middle of the week as another cool wedge develops. But, improvement is then expected towards the end of the week.

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Hi: 74 Lo: 61

Mostly cloudy; A bit milder; Can't rule out an evening shower; Light SW wind

Hi: 82 Lo: 60

Mostly to partly cloudy; Can't rule out an evening shower or t-shower; Light NW wind

Hi: 73 Lo: 57

Mostly cloudy; Cooler; Can't rule out some spotty light rain; Light NE wind

Hi: 75 Lo: 57

Scattered clouds; Pleasant

Hi: 72 Lo: 56

Partly sunny

Further Out

Saturday - Partly cloudy; High in the mid 70s; Low in the upper 50s
Sunday - Scattered clouds; High in the lower 80s; Low in the lower 60s

Forecast Discussion

Two features of interest tonight…one is high pressure over the northern Mid-Atlantic region and the other is a fast-moving storm system coming out of the Plains. The high continues to gradually lose ground as the next system quickly approaches from the west. The system won’t have a lot of moisture to work with, but it will have enough for a few evening showers, especially across SW NC.

A NW wind behind tonight’s front will start to bring drier air into the region on Tuesday. However, a weak upper level disturbance moving quickly across the southern US will slow the dry air down some and allow a few afternoon showers and thundershowers to develop late in the day Tuesday. In the Foothills, any showers that develop look to hold off until the evening hours. Overall, though, most locations stay dry over the next couple of days.

Towards the middle of the week, another wedge of cool air is forecast to develop along the Appalachians. This means more clouds return Wednesday into early Thursday along with lower temperatures. Some spotty light rain can’t be ruled out on Wednesday, but it looks like another ‘most-stay-dry’ day.

We begin to lose the clouds and the cool wedge late in the week and at the moment, the upcoming weekend is looking mostly dry with seasonable temperatures. The next front arrives Sunday night or Monday with a round of showers.


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