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Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 6:26PM

Chilly Night

A tight pressure gradient between a coastal low near New England and high pressure over the Great Lakes led to breezy conditions across the area through this afternoon. The wind lets up some tonight allowing temperatures to drop into the 30's almost area wide. Thursday and Friday will feature lots of sun and gradually moderating daytime temperatures (overnight lows will remain on the chilly side, though). No precipitation is expected over the next several days.

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Wednesday

Hi: 61 Lo: 37

Mostly clear & chilly; NW wind 5-15 mph early, then light
Thursday

Hi: 65 Lo: 38

Sunny skies; Seasonable; NW wind 5-10 mph
Friday

Hi: 69 Lo: 40

Partly cloudy; A bit milder; Light wind
Saturday

Hi: 69 Lo: 45

Mostly sunny
Sunday

Hi: 71 Lo: 42

Sunny skies; Great October weather

Further Out

Monday - Sunny & nice weather continues; High in the upper 60s; Low in the lower 40s
Tuesday - Mostly sunny; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s

Forecast Discussion

Now here is something you don’t often see any time of the year in western NC…a completely dry forecast over the next seven days. Will we actually go seven days without any precipitation? We can’t make any promises, but it sure looks that way.

Beyond the breezy day we saw Wednesday, there really isn’t that much to talk about. A weak front comes through Friday night/Saturday morning, but with so much dry air in place, we are not expecting any precipitation with it. The air behind the front won't be all that cool, either. Seasonable temperatures and mostly sunny skies will be the theme over the upcoming weekend…can't ask for much better weather in late October.

High pressure begins to move out early next week allowing a southerly wind to develop. Moisture will gradually increase next week, but still, no precipitation is expected through Tuesday.

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