Station located at Deyton Elementary School
Forecast Last Updated at Monday, March 27, 2023 at 6:44AM
AM Clouds; PM Clearing
A front moves across the Appalachians later this morning. Moisture is limited with the front. We'll have AM clouds and spotty light showers in the area. Then skies clear with pleasant temperatures--a very nice afternoon! Low pressure moves along the front to our south late Tuesday. Skies become cloudy Tuesday with spotty, light afternoon rain possible, especially near the Blue Ridge. Colder air arrives on the back side of that low, and a few flurries will be possible at higher elevations Tuesday night. Skies clear Wednesday with cooler temperatures.
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Hi: 70 Lo: 43
Mostly cloudy AM; Stray light showers possible until early afternoon; PM decreasing clouds; West wind becoming 10-20 mph & gusty this afternoon, then NW 5-15 mph tonight
Hi: 61 Lo: 34
Generally cloudy; Light rain possible late-day near the Blue Ridge; Tue. night turning colder with spotty light rain or flurries; Light wind becoming South 5-15 mph, then NW 10-20 mph Tue night with gusts to 40 mph
Hi: 56 Lo: 32
Becoming clear; Chilly; NW wind 5-15 mph, becoming light SW Wed. night
Hi: 65 Lo: 44
Sunny daytime; Warmer; Increasing clouds overnight
Hi: 66 Lo: 54
Mostly cloudy to overcast; Rain developing Fri. night
Saturday - Cloudy AM with rain; Thunder possible; Then becoming partly cloudy; High near 70 degrees; Low in the lower 40s
Sunday - Mostly clear; Cooler; High in the lower 60s; Low in the lower 40s
The last few days of March have relatively uneventful weather.
A moisture-starved front moves through later this morning. Stray, light showers will dot the region; then skies clear over a very pleasant afternoon.
The front will be to our south Tuesday with low pressure moving west to east along the front. Skies become cloudy again. Stray light showers develops Tuesday aftenroon, mostly near the Blue Ridge. Colder air arrives Tuesday night on the back side of the low with spotty light rain and a few mountain snow flurries.
High pressure takes control of our weather Wednesday and Thursday. Wednesday will be cooler; Thursday slightly warmer; both have mostly clear skies.
The next front from the west arrives Saturday morning. The scenario may be similar to last Friday and Saturday. Clouds increase Friday. Some light rain is not impossible Friday afternoon, but a line of showers arrive later Friday night into Saturday night with thunder possible.
Clouds decrease Saturday afternoon and rain exits. Sunday looks a bit cooler with generally clear skies.
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