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Bakersville , NC
Weather Station located at Bowman Middle School in Bakersville.

Forecast Last Updated at Sunday, May 9, 2021 at 7:00AM

Warmer For Mom

We've dialed in a nice and warmer forecast just for Mom today with temperatures a good 10 degrees warmer compared to Saturday. We'll still deal with some cloud cover today and the winds will be a bit gusty at times as well. But overall, Mom will like it. Clouds thicken tonight ahead of a front that approaches and passes from the west. Showers develop late and continue with us during the day on Monday. A thundershower is also possible. Temperatures are a touch cooler on Monday, even more so for Tuesday. This sets up an unseasonably cool week ahead before temperatures start to inch closer to normal by start of next weekend.

Sunday

Hi: 73 Lo: 53

A mix of sun and clouds; Warmer; Nice afternoon for Mom; More clouds Sun night, showers develop late; Light wind bec SW wind 10-20 mph, gusty at times
Monday

Hi: 70 Lo: 42

Generally cloudy; Showers likely, especially in the morning hours; A thundershower is possible as well; West wind 10-15 mph bec NW
Tuesday

Hi: 65 Lo: 36

Partly sunny; Cooler; NW wind 10-15 mph, gusty
Wednesday

Hi: 63 Lo: 36

Partly sunny; Stays cool
Thursday

Hi: 61 Lo: 39

Mostly cloudy; A few showers; Cool

Further Out

Friday - Partly cloudy; Not as cool; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 40s
Saturday - Partly to mostly cloudy; Warmer; High in the lower 70s; Low in the upper 40s

Forecast Discussion

Mother's Day has a chilly start but a wonderful warmup by afternoon thanks to a warmer southwest wind that develops. It remains a bit breezy, but overall, Mom will like it.

The next cold front from the northwest moves through on Monday. Clouds increase Sunday night and showers develop late and continue into Monday. A thundershower is also possible. A lingering shower will remain possible Monday night as the front slowly sags to our south. High pressure from the Great Lakes region takes over on Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures are noticeably cooler both days, generally about 10 degrees short of a typical mid May day.

By Thursday, the high slides to our east and a return flow of moisture arrives from the south. A few showers are possible Thursday and Thursday night with better shower chances just to our south. Friday and Saturday appear dry at this point with partly cloudy skies and milder temperatures. Another system approaches from the west for the second half of next weekend as rain chances return.

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