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

Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, October 6, 2022 at 5:35AM

A Tad Milder

After five days of unseasonably cool weather, a 6-8 degree temperature bum will feel nice through Friday. Skies are clear thanks to high pressure drifting southeast from the Southern Great Lakes. The ghost of Ian is still buffeting the Delmarva Peninsula but it exits northeast tonight--good riddance! A dry front moves through from the northwest Friday evening, and cooler weather returns this weekend. Dry weather holds into early next week.

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Thursday

Hi: 71 Lo: 47

Generally clear; Pleasant; NW wind 5-10 mph
Friday

Hi: 72 Lo: 45

Scattered PM clouds; Turning cooler Fri. night; West wind 5-15 mph, becoming NW Fri. night
Saturday

Hi: 61 Lo: 37

Becoming clear; Cooler
Sunday

Hi: 63 Lo: 43

Clear; Cool; Morning frost possible
Monday

Hi: 68 Lo: 44

Clear; Slightly warmer in the afternoon

Further Out

Tuesday - Partly cloudy; Pleasant weather continues; High in the upper 60s; Low in the upper 40s
Wednesday - ; High near single digits; Low near single digits

Forecast Discussion

Ian's remnant low continues to plague the Delmarva, finally exiting the region tonight.

The center of high pressure moves from Indiana to the Carolinas by Friday morning. In the process, we have clear skies and progressively warmer temperatures--back to seasonal averages.

A front from the northwest (actually two fronts in quick succession) moves through Friday. Cooler air arrives Friday night and will be with us through the weekend. Temperatures moderate early next week as high pressure moves to the Mid-Atlantic. Dry weather holds.

A tropical wave is strengthening just northeast of Trinidad and Tobago. It probably becomes a named system (Julia) in the next couple days as it heads west just north of the coast. It could become an issue for Central America early next week, but is not an issue for us.

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