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Roaring River

Temp: 51.0°F
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Roaring River , NC
Station located at Roaring River Elementary School

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, March 7, 2021 at 11:20AM

Blinded By The Light

Dry and cold Canadian based high pressure moves overhead today on a journey off the Carolinas coast Tuesday. There's just a few clouds in sight before then. Temperatures remain seasonably chilly again today, moderate to seasonal levels Monday afternoon, and then we don't look back for the rest of the week. Precipitation is not a topic of conversation until some point next weekend.


Hi: 53 Lo: 26

Full sunshine, but still cool for the season; NW wind 5-10 mph

Hi: 61 Lo: 32

Sunny with a milder afternoon; Light SW wind

Hi: 67 Lo: 36

Mostly sunny & very nice; Light SW wind

Hi: 69 Lo: 43

Partly to mostly sunny; Milder

Hi: 71 Lo: 47

Partly sunny; Very nice

Further Out

Friday - Mix of clouds & sun; Remaining mild; High in the lower 70s; Low near 50 degrees
Saturday - Mostly cloudy & mild; High in the lower 70s; Low in the upper 40s

Forecast Discussion

Unusually tranquil conditions for early March continue this week. Instead of pondering what payback may look like later this month, I'll consider this payback from a very active winter.

The quick and easy forecast summary is a stepwise transition to exceptionally pleasant temperatures by midweek and remaining there until at least Saturday. The technicalities behind the forecast consist of a broad upper level ridge spreading over the eastern half of the nation this week. Cold air is shunted west of the Missouri River for the most part. Breaking down the pattern will be a large area of low pressure that arrives on the southern California coast this Friday. How quickly it moves east or northeast remain uncertain.

Therefore, timing the arrival of rain next weekend is still in question. I've leaned towards Sunday, but options vary from as early as Friday to as late as next Monday morning. We'll hash that out in the next couple of days. What is more certain? Someone is going to mistakenly pack up their heavy winter coat this week. Don't do it!


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