About halfway between Morganton & Lenoir
Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at 12:22PM
Clouds & Pleasant Temperatures
There will be a lot of cloudiness today but temperatures are going to be pleasant. A shower or thundershower may be in the Southern Foothills late today and tonight. More clouds will be with us on Wednesday along with widely scattered showers & perhaps a thundershower. Thursday and Friday will feature more sunshine and warmer temperatures with just isolated PM thundershowers. For the all-important holiday weekend, it appears as though we will become entrenched in our typical summertime weather pattern: Very warm and humid with scattered afternoon showers & thunderstorms.
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Hi: 82 Lo: 63
Considerable cloudiness; Pleasantly cool; Isolated showers or t-showers late-day and tonight; Light NE wind
Hi: 83 Lo: 63
More clouds than sun; Widely-scattered showers; Maybe a PM thundershower; Light SSE wind
Hi: 87 Lo: 65
Mostly sunny & warmer; Only a stray late-day thundershower; Light south wind
Hi: 87 Lo: 65
Mostly sunny & warm; Isolated showers and thundershowers in the PM
Hi: 87 Lo: 66
Mostly sunny early with increasing PM clouds; On the hot side; Widely scattered PM showers and thundershowers
Sunday - Partly cloudy early; Increasing clouds in the PM; Scattered showers and thunderstorms in the PM; High in the upper 80s; Low in the mid 60s
Monday - Partly sunny for Independence Day; Scattered PM showers & thunderstorms; High in the upper 80s; Low in the mid 60s
A nearly stationary front lies from the coastal Carolinas back into Alabama and Georgia. The daytime is generally dry north of this boundary, but plenty of clouds will keep temperatures suppressed. Isolated showers or thundershowers are possible late today and tonight.
A weak upper level disturbance passing through late Wednesday may wave-up the front a bit, providing a little better chance for showers.
Thursday and Friday feature more sunshine and warmer temperatures. PM thundershowers will be renegade in nature.
Looking ahead to the holiday weekend, the Bermuda High sets up shop, while a cold front settles southward toward the Mason-Dixon line. This is a nice setup for scattered afternoon thundershowers Saturday through the Fourth (with perhaps the best coverage Sunday and Monday afternoons). Temperatures will be pretty close to normal for the holiday weekend.
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