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Bakersville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, November 20, 2014 at 6:26PM

Chilly Night

A front moved through Thursday afternoon from the west. The only effect of note is gusty winds that will continue through tonight. The air behind this front is not much cooler with the exception of a cold Friday night in valleys. Clouds increase Saturday afternoon. Spotty light rain or drizzle is possible late Saturday night; then Sunday promises to be a rainy day will gradually milder temperatures after a cool start.

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Thursday

Hi: 45 Lo: 22

Mostly clear tonight; Chilly; West wind 10-20 mph, gusts to 40 mph
Friday

Hi: 45 Lo: 23

Clear; Cool; NW wind 5-15 mph, breezy early, becoming light in valleys Fri. night
Saturday

Hi: 48 Lo: 32

Increasing PM clouds; Drizzle or spotty light rain after midnight Sat night; Light South wind (but SW 20-30 mph up top Sat. night)
Sunday

Hi: 56 Lo: 46

Cloudy; Rain; Rising temp. through Sun. night
Monday

Hi: 65 Lo: 35

Partly to mostly cloudy; Milder daytime; Cannot rule out showers especially at night

Further Out

Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Seasonal temperatures; High in the lower 50s; Low in the mid 20s
Wednesday - Mostly to partly cloudy; Cooler; High in the lower 40s; Low in the mid 20s

Forecast Discussion

Temperatures Wednesday night were steady or rose slowly ahead of a front that moved through from the west Thursday afternoon. The most noticeable effect of the front will be winds gusting to 40 mph through tonight.

Temperatures are making a slow climb out of Tuesday's very deep hole. The air behind Thursday's front is not that much colder than what's ahead of it. Friday will be chilly and clear. Valley locations Friday night will be much colder than mountaintops as winds calm.

High pressure slides from the Ohio Valley to off the Mid Atlantic Coast Saturday and Sunday. It will wedge into the Southern Appalachians keeping temperatures below seasonal averages. Low pressure builds in the center of the country Sunday and moves to Lake Superior Monday. It pulls lots of moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico Sunday. Clouds increase here Saturday afternoon. Spotty light rain or drizzle is possible late Saturday night; then there's no avoiding a rainy Sunday. Temperatures will be chilly as precipitation beings early Sunday morning; so, it's possible that valley locations along the Blue Ridge could begin with light freezing rain or freezing drizzle. Freezing precipitation will be brief; so I took that mention out of the daily forecast boxes. Temperatures gradually rise Sunday right through Sunday night.

The main band of moisture lifts to our north Sunday night, but the front will not arrive until Monday evening. We kept the chance of showers in Monday's forecast (especially Monday night) with the front still in the vicinity. Monday will be unseasonably mild--when was the last time we said that?!

Tuesday looks partly cloudy with temperatures near average for the date.

Looking ahead to Thanksgiving Travel... A secondary front with colder air arrives Tuesday night. Low pressure will move northeast off the Atlantic Coast Wednesday. We left Wednesday's forecast dry; however, flurries or snow showers are not impossible early Wednesday morning. Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday look dry and with temperatures near seasonal averages. Rain is possible again by Friday night.

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