Station atop Mast General Store in Downtown Waynesville NC.
Forecast Last Updated at Friday, September 24, 2021 at 6:33AM
Bright sunshine prevails today with pleasantly refreshing temperatures. More of the same can be expected over the weekend with gradually moderating temperatures. Next week, above-normal temperatures return as the weather map begins to take on more of a summerlike appearance once again. There’s no appreciable rain through most of next week. It should be ideal conditions for outside activities.
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Hi: 70 Lo: 45
Sunny & spectacular; Light north wind
Hi: 73 Lo: 48
Sunshine; Great weather to be outside; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 73 Lo: 47
Fantastic fall weather continues with pleasant temperatures; NW wind 5-10 mph
Hi: 78 Lo: 51
Sunny & very nice
Hi: 79 Lo: 53
Mostly sunny & warm
Wednesday - Lots of sunshine; Warm; High near 80 degrees; Low in the mid 50s
Thursday - Mostly sunny; More nice weather; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 50s
Surface high pressure sits atop the Eastern United States today, promoting full sunshine and pleasant fall-like temperatures. Wake-up temperatures that were deep in the 40s will moderate into the lower 70s for the afternoon.
Weekend weather looks uneventful. A dry cold front passes through late Saturday with little fanfare save for a few clouds. Temperatures remain very pleasant.
Next week, high-pressure ridging aloft takes on a summertime look, and temperatures will respond by returning to above-normal levels. A back-door cold front pushes south on Wednesday with perhaps a few more clouds and maybe a few degrees cooler behind it on Thursday.
In the tropics, the only real game in town is Hurricane Sam. It will continue chugging to the west-northwest. A developing trough along/off the East C
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