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Waynesville , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Monday, November 19, 2018 at 11:53AM

Nice Monday; Cooler Tuesday

Skies will be mostly sunny this afternoon along with above-normal temperatures. A light shower or sprinkle will be possible overnight, followed by a partly cloudy and noticeably cooler Tuesday. Generally cooler-than-normal temperatures and dry weather will be us through Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, then more rain returns as early as Friday night.

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Hi: 62 Lo: 38

Mostly sunny & rather mild; Mostly cloudy tonight with a couple showers possible; Light SW wind

Hi: 49 Lo: 25

Early clouds; Becoming mostly sunny; Noticeably cooler; NW wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 51 Lo: 27

Abundant sunshine; Seasonably cool; Light NW wind

Hi: 53 Lo: 27

Mostly clear for Thanksgiving Day

Hi: 43 Lo: 37

Increasing clouds & chilly for Black Friday; Rain returns Friday night

Further Out

Saturday - Cloudy with mostly morning rain; High in the lower 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Sunday - Partly sunny; Becoming cloudy Sunday night with rain possible; High in the mid 50s; Low near 40 degrees

Forecast Discussion

Today looks like the mildest day of the abbreviated workweek as we remain on the warm side of a cold front that is scheduled to push through western North Carolina late tonight. The front is generally moisture-starved, but there could be a few light showers or sprinkles as the front pushes through.

Behind the front, it will be noticeably cooler on Tuesday under partly cloudy skies.

Travel Day (Wednesday) and Thanksgiving Day will be mostly clear, dry and uneventful. For you Black Friday warriors, the weather looks good, although there will be an increasing cloudiness trend. A weather system scheduled to bring beneficial rainfall to fire-charred areas of California will ignite low-pressure in the northern Gulf of Mexico by late in the week. This will provide our next shot of rainfall by Friday night into Saturday.


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