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Valle Crucis

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Valle Crucis , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 6:42PM

Change-a-comin

Finally on Wednesday, the tropical system that has captured forecasters' attention got a name (Hermine) in the Gulf of Mexico. (Here's your earworm for today... Change the Dolly Parton song, "Jolene" to "Hermine" and start singing it. It won't quit!) See the Forecast Discussion section for details on Hermine, but it will not directly affect our weather.
Isolated showers will fizzle early this evening, followed by partly cloudy skies. Areas that saw a heavy shower Wednesday afternoon are likely to see valley fog develop later tonight. Thursday has more clouds, temperatures 2-3 degrees less warm, and another round of PM showers and storms. The Labor Day Weekend has weather with "beauty beyond compare" to steal a line from "Hermine" ( formerly "Jolene").

Saturday morning will be a perfect morning for the The 17th Annual Mayview Madness 5K Run and Kids 1-Mile Fun Run in Blowing Rock, NC. The race is one of the most beautiful courses in the High Country. You'll enjoy great people, prizes, and post-race snacks. How perfect will the weather be? Check the RaysWeather.Com Hourly Forecast for the race.

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Wednesday

Hi: 85 Lo: 61

Partly cloudy overnight; Isolated evening showers; Patchy valley fog developing; Light SE wind
Thursday

Hi: 78 Lo: 58

Partly to mostly cloudy; Widely scattered PM showers or t-showers; NW wind 5-15 mph
Friday

Hi: 72 Lo: 52

Cloudy; Breezy; A few showers; NE wind 10-20 mph
Saturday

Hi: 74 Lo: 53

Sunny; Pleasant
Sunday

Hi: 76 Lo: 55

Sunny; Pleasant

Further Out

Monday - Generally clear; Perfect for Labor Day; High in the upper 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Tuesday - Sunny; A bit warmer; High in the lower 80s; Low near 60 degrees

Forecast Discussion

Wednesday evening's discussion starts with the Tropical Atlantic. Tropical storm Hermine will strengthen on its way to North Florida, arriving there early Friday. It then crosses into SE Georgia during the day. The cyclone is now expected to track a little farther inland, crossing the South Carolina Midlands Friday night and Raleigh metro area on Saturday. Most modeling keeps it as a tropical storm prior to landfall; however, a period of time as a Category 1 hurricane is not out of the question. Hermine is expected to become either “sub-tropical” or “extra-tropical” during its trek across the Carolinas. However, it’s hybrid nature will maintain a strong low pressure system even if the well inland track verifies.

Closer to home...
A front approaches from the northwest and passes through here Thursday. We'll have widely scattered showers and storms again Thursday afternoon. Showers and thundershowers could linger into the evening. Thursday will be 2-3 degrees less warm under more clouds.

Friday is the only real question mark in this forecast. The more westerly track should keep clouds over Western NC most of Friday and produce spotty light showers. But any heavy rain, at least based on the current track, will stay to our east.

After that it's clear sailing with high pressure dominating the Eastern U. S. Pleasant temperatures and lower humidity dominates the Labor Day Weekend--absolutely PERFECT. Temperature creep up again next week.

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