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Forecast Last Updated at Monday, September 21, 2020 at 6:20AM
Seasonably Cool, Then Moderation
We’ve got another gorgeous day ahead of us today, although temperatures will continue to run between 5-10 degrees below normal. Moderating temperatures will be the trend after today, even as we welcome autumn’s official arrival Tuesday morning at 9:31AM EDT. Sunshine dominates through midweek, before rain chances head back up on Thursday.
Hi: 67 Lo: 41
Brilliant sunshine; More great fall-like conditions; NE wind 5-10 mph, but becoming light tonight
Hi: 71 Lo: 47
Generally sunny & pleasant for autumn's official arrival; Light & variable wind
Hi: 75 Lo: 53
Mostly sunny; A little warmer; Light SW wind
Hi: 74 Lo: 55
Clouds return; Rain likely by late in the day & Friday night
Hi: 70 Lo: 59
Generally cloudy with periods of rain
Saturday - Morning rain; Some afternoon brightening; High in the mid 70s; Low near 60 degrees
Sunday - Mix of clouds & sun; Scattered showers; High in the mid 70s; Low near 60 degrees
Our crisp, pre-fall preview continues today with bright sunshine and refreshing temperatures. As the high Canadian high pressure system that has been in control of our weather continues to modify, so will our temperatures as we gradually return to normal this week.
The next weather-maker for us will be Tropical Storm Beta. It is scheduled to make landfall in Texas on Tuesday, then head to the northeast into Louisiana on Thursday. Moisture from this system should bring some rainfall back to western North Carolina by late Thursday into Friday.
A stronger cold front will arrive by late in the weekend or early next week. For this reason, scattered showers remain in the forecast for the upcoming weekend, although right now, this does not look like a washout.
Aside from Tropical Storm Beta, the Tropical Atlantic remains busy with Hurricane Teddy passing east of Bermuda today, then affecting Atlantic Canada by midweek. The old Hurricane Paulette has a chance to regenerate over the next few days as it passes south of the Azores. The Atlantic should finally quieten down in a few more days.
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