Weather Station located at Bowman Middle School in Bakersville.
Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, March 25, 2023 at 11:50AM
Early Rain; Then Pleasant but Breezy
A line of weakening thundershowers moved through the region this morning. Rain ended by 11 AM. This afternoon brings partial clearing, seasonally warm temperatures, and breezy winds. Sunday is partly cloudy and still pleasant. Clouds increase late Sunday and periods of mostly light rain are possible late Sunday night into Monday morning. Pesky, stray light rain is possible Tuesday ahead of a cooldown Tuesday night.
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Hi: 73 Lo: 45
Partial afternoon clearing; Pleasant temperatures; SW wind 10-20 mph, gusty at times, becoming West tonight
Hi: 71 Lo: 47
Increasing clouds late; Pleasant temperatures; Light rain possible late Sun. night; SW wind, mostly light
Hi: 70 Lo: 45
Early clouds, then breaks; More clouds again Mon. night; Early light rain possible; Light South wind, becoming NW 5-15 mph Mon. night
Hi: 64 Lo: 35
Mostly cloudy; Cannot rule out a light daytime shower; Light rain Tue. night; Then turning colder with flurries possible along the western escarpment late Tue. night
Hi: 56 Lo: 34
Becoming clear; Cool
Thursday - Scattered daytime clouds; Warmer; More clouds Thur night; High in the mid 60s; Low in the mid 40s
Friday - Increasing clouds; Rain possible late Fri. night; High in the mid 60s; Low near 50 degrees
A line of weakening thundershowers moved through this morning with showers in our region until 11 AM. However, the front lags to the west, finally moving through tonight. We have partial clearing this afternoon with breezy conditions and warm temperatures.
The front stalls just to our southeast and will be be a nuisance through Tuesday. Sunday is partly cloudy with pleasant temperatures; however, clouds return late as a disturbance rides the stalled front from west to east. Rain is possible late Sunday night into early Monday.
That front will still be just to our south Tuesday as another front arrives from the west Tuesday. Stray light rain is possible during the daytime Tuesday, but more likely Tuesday evening..
,br> Colder air returns Tuesday night and precipitation may end Skies clear over a chilly Wednesday. As high pressure moves across the East, Thursday afternoon will be slightly warmer.
A backdoor front from the north arrives Friday, then returns north as a warm front Friday night. Skies will be generally cloudy. A stray light shower is not impossible Friday, but is more likely to develop Friday night.
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