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Powder Horn Mountain , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Friday, July 28, 2017 at 6:30AM

Showers; PM Storms Possible

A game-changing front moves through tonight. Today is generally cloudy and humid. A line of showers moves through early this morning, but the bulk of action will be this afternoon and evening--showers with isolated storms possible. A NW wind develops late tonight lasting into Saturday. Saturday will be much cooler with morning clouds. Spotty light rain is possible Saturday morning especially on the West side of the Appalachians. Then Sunday through Tuesday is a gloriously pleasant end of July and start of August.

Friday

Hi: 82 Lo: 67

Generally cloudy; Showers and t-storms especially in the PM hours; SW wind 5-15 mph becoming NW later tonight
Saturday

Hi: 77 Lo: 59

AM clouds with spotty light rain possible; Increasing afternoon sunshine; Much cooler; NW wind 5-15 mph, breezy in the AM
Sunday

Hi: 80 Lo: 55

Sunny; Refreshing; Light wind
Monday

Hi: 81 Lo: 57

Mostly sunny; Still very nice
Tuesday

Hi: 83 Lo: 60

Scattered PM clouds; Warmer

Further Out

Wednesday - Scattered PM clouds; Cannot rule out an afternoon shower or t-shower; High in the mid 80s; Low in the lower 60s
Thursday - Becoming partly cloudy; Isolated PM t-showers; High in the lower 80s; Low in the lower 60s

Forecast Discussion

A front moves from the Ohio Valley today to the Southern Appalachians tonight. We'll have generally cloudy skies, a line of showers, and then a more active afternoon and evening with showers and thundershowers. A stronger storm is possible.

As low pressure exits through the Mid-Atlantic Saturday, we'll be in a breezy wrap-around NW flow. Expect morning clouds with spotty light rain possible, especially on the west side of the Appalachians. Sunshine increases Saturday afternoon and skies clear Saturday night. Temperatures will be surprisingly cooler.

Sunday through Tuesday, the center of high pressure slides from the Western Lakes to the Ohio Valley. We'll have near-perfect weather--lots of sun, cool nights. Temperatures move back toward seasonal averages by Tuesday.

There's no other front in our foreseeable future; however, as the center of high pressure moves into the Southeast. Temperatures will be slightly warmer with more humidity Wednesday and Thursday. I cannot completely rule out a stray afternoon thundershower Wednesday, and isolated showers or thundershowers are possible Thursday.

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