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Aho-Sorrento , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 6:52AM

Clouds; Passing PM Shower

Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy today and there will be a shower or two around during the afternoon and into tonight. Monday will be partly sunny and mild with a stray PM shower. A more organized rainfall event arrives on Tuesday as cooler air invades the mountains. Sunshine returns for the second half of the week along with fall-like temperatures.

Sunday

Hi: 68 Lo: 56

Partly or mostly cloudy; A passing afternoon shower; Light south wind
Monday

Hi: 68 Lo: 55

Partly sunny & mild with a stray PM shower; More clouds Monday night with a few showers; South wind 5-10 mph
Tuesday

Hi: 59 Lo: 45

Cloudy with occasional rain; Maybe a thundershower; Much cooler; South wind 5-10 mph becoming NW 10-20 mph & gusty
Wednesday

Hi: 54 Lo: 43

Variable clouds; Perhaps a leftover shower or two; Breezy & cooler
Thursday

Hi: 61 Lo: 42

Morning cloudiness; Becoming mostly sunny

Further Out

Friday - Abundant sunshine; Feeling like fall; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Saturday - Bright sunshine; Cool; High in the lower 50s; Low in the mid 30s

Forecast Discussion

An upper level disturbance tracking over the mountains later this afternoon will generate a few passing showers; Otherwise, skies will be partly or mostly cloudy today with mild temperatures.

Monday looks like our last really mild day ahead of a strong, polar front that will be pressing eastward from the Tennessee Valley region. A stray shower is possible, mainly during the afternoon and Monday night.

A more solid rain area arrives with the front on Tuesday and it will turn noticeably cooler as the front inches into the Piedmont. A wave of low-pressure will likely develop along the front, impeding its forward progress. Most of the rain will be done by Wednesday morning, but we’ll hang onto a couple showers until the wave gets past us.

The rest of the period looks uneventful and fall-like. A reinforcing dry front comes through on Thursday, so it will be briefly milder, followed by much cooler for Friday through next weekend. Looking ahead, patchy frost looks like a real possibility Saturday and Sunday mornings.

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