Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 5:48PM
Return to Nice
5-Golfball weather returns after a lengthy period of cloudy, wet weather. Get outside and enjoy if you are able. Tonight, we'll have another nice evening with mostly clear skies. Wednesday will have abundant sunshine and slightly above-normal early October temperatures. There will be a chance for showers arriving by Friday afternoon into Friday night, but we’re not expecting any big amounts. Next weekend is shaping-up quite nicely.
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Hi: 73 Lo: 49
Mostly clear; Calm wind
Hi: 79 Lo: 53
Lots of sunshine; Warm; Wind near calm
Hi: 77 Lo: 56
Becoming partly cloudy; More nice weather; Light south wind
Hi: 75 Lo: 52
Mix of clouds & sunshine; A chance for PM & nighttime showers; Maybe a t-shower
Hi: 69 Lo: 46
Partly sunny; Nice, but a bit cooler
Sunday - Bright sunshine; Pleasant; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Monday - Mostly clear & pleasant; High in the lower 70s; Low in the lower 50s
High pressure is in control of the weather for the western Carolinas for the next few days. We'll have another nice night with mostly clear skies and cool overnight temperatures. With high pressure dominating, we'll have some fine fall weather with abundant sunshine again for Wednesday and slightly above normal high temps.
We’ll be tracking a cold front that is going to be approaching from the west on Friday, then pushing across the state late Friday night and early Saturday. It will bring a chance for showers back into the forecast by Friday afternoon, continuing into Friday night.
The Gulf of Mexico is not “open for business”; therefore, we don’t expect significant rainfall amounts with this next frontal passage. In fact, it should exit fast enough to supply us with the antithesis of last weekend’s weather: Look for plenty of sunshine along with seasonable temperatures.
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