Forecast Last Updated at Monday, June 27, 2022 at 3:43PM
Cloudy Shower-y Daytime
Moving through this morning, a cold front brings cooler temperatures and scattered showers throughout the daytime. These showers end in the afternoon and skies begin to clear later this evening. We'll have one dry cool day tomorrow before temperatures warm up and afternoon showers come back into play on Wednesday.
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Hi: 78 Lo: 55
Mostly cloudy; Scattered showers & maybe a thundershower in the early PM; Some evening clearing; NNW wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 76 Lo: 57
Mostly sunny; Seasonably cool; Light SE wind
Hi: 79 Lo: 60
Partly sunny; Isolated PM showers or t-shower; Light and variable wind
Hi: 82 Lo: 63
Mostly sunny, increasing PM clouds; Cannot rule out a stray PM shower or t-shower
Hi: 83 Lo: 63
Partly sunny, more PM cloudiness; Isolated PM showers and storms
Saturday - Mostly sunny; Widely scattered PM showers and storms; High in the lower 80s; Low in the lower 60s
Sunday - Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers and storms; High in the lower 80s; Low in the mid 60s
Clouds moved in late last night ahead of the the cold front that makes its way through the Southern Appalachians this morning. We see scattered showers and perhaps a thunderstorm throughout the day today. This ends in the afternoon when skies begin to clear. Temperatures are seasonably cool.
Tomorrow, we have a cool day in store, the most uneventful of the week as a dry air mass behind the front moves north of us. We'll begin to warm back up again to typical summertime temperatures on Wednesday.
As high pressure in the Atlantic dominates our weather again, isolated showers and storms come back during the afternoon hours on Wednesday and Friday. However, the biggest risk of afternoon storms looks to come 4th of July weekend.
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