Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 5:18PM
Cloudy and Cooler
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue to rumble around the High Country through early evening.
Clouds clear out tomorrow afternoon but there still could be a renegade shower or two. We have excellent weather coming up for next week. Monday and Tuesday will be warm but there will be lots of sun and only small chances of rain. It cools down Wednesday and we will have some nice fall like weather through the end of the week.
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Hi: 70 Lo: 58
Cloudy; Occasional showers ending by evening, perhaps a rumble of thunder; Light South wind
Hi: 76 Lo: 53
Morning clouds with AM fog, brighter by afternoon; Cannot rule out a renegade afternoon shower or thundershower; Light and variable wind
Hi: 77 Lo: 54
Mix of sun and clouds; Warm; NW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 75 Lo: 54
Scattered clouds; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower or thundershower
Hi: 69 Lo: 49
More clouds; Cooler; Cannot rule out a stray afternoon shower
Thursday - Partly cloudy; September nice; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Friday - Partly cloudy; Comfortable; High near 70 degrees; Low near 50 degrees
Enough dry air works in by tomorrow afternoon to clear most of the clouds but the air mass is just unstable enough to produce a spotty shower or thundershower.
High pressure will control our weather Monday through the rest of the week. Some cooler air moves in Wednesday dropping our temperatures to near average. Monday and Tuesday will see warm temperatures. Not much chance of rain this week so get out and enjoy the comfortable fall like weather.
Tropical Storm Humberto is over the northeastern Bahamas currently. Humberto is expected to become a hurricane by Monday but will remain well offshore of the US. Humberto takes a sharp northeast and easterly turn before it gets too close to the US so there will only be indirect effects along the southeast coast, i.e. rough surf.
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