Station atop Mast General Store in Downtown Waynesville NC.
Forecast Last Updated at Friday, March 24, 2023 at 6:00PM
Big Warmth Continues
Skies were mostly sunny today with another day of exceptionally warm weather and near-record high temperatures. There will be a few showers Saturday morning; Just a speed-bump in the road to another nice day (albeit windy). Sunday will be very nice again with abundant sunshine. Temperatures next week will be closer to normal, but mostly dry weather will be maintained.
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Hi: 78 Lo: 56
Partly cloudy tonight & very mild; Showers arriving pre-dawn & perhaps some thunder; SW wind 5-15 mph & gusty
Hi: 74 Lo: 44
Showers likely early; Maybe a rumble of thunder; Becoming mostly sunny; Still warm but windy; SW wind 10-20 mph gusting to 30
Hi: 73 Lo: 46
Mostly sunny & still quite warm; More clouds Sunday night; Light SW wind
Hi: 69 Lo: 44
More clouds; Perhaps a shower
Hi: 60 Lo: 35
Partly sunny & seasonable
Wednesday - Mostly sunny & seasonable; High in the upper 50s; Low in the mid 30s
Thursday - Mostly sunny; More clouds Thursday night; High in the mid 60s; Low in the mid 40s
If you liked Thursday’s weather, you probably loved what Friday had in store: More sunshine, more warmth.
A cold front will be passing through western North Carolina during Saturday. Severe weather to our southwest today will weaken as it heads over the mountains in the morning, and so we’re expecting a weakening band of showers (maybe a thundershower) to cross the mountains Saturday morning. Otherwise, skies will become mostly sunny after early showers exit, and it will be rather windy but warm.
High pressure takes command on Sunday with more glorious weather. Saturday’s front becomes stationary and will focus rainfall nearer-to the Southeast U.S. coast on Monday, although a few showers are possible farther to the north.
Tuesday through Thursday will feature fair weather and temperatures a bit closer to where they should be at the end of March.
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