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NWS Flood Advisory (Haywood County)

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Waynesville , NC
Station atop Mast General Store in Downtown Waynesville NC.

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, November 29, 2022 at 5:27PM

Rain Coming Overnight

Tuesday sun gives way to rapidly increasing cloudiness this evening, and rain moves in late tonight, some thunder possible. Morning rain on Wednesday will conclude, providing for a nice afternoon. Noticeably colder air will push in Wednesday night and Thursday will be sunny but seasonably cool.

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Hi: 63 Lo: 46

Increasing clouds; Rain moving in overnight; SSE wind 5-15 mph

Hi: 56 Lo: 25

Morning rain ending; Perhaps some thunder; Afternoon sunshine; Clear & colder Wednesday night; South wind 5-15 mph becoming NW 10-20 & gusty Wed. night

Hi: 46 Lo: 24

Mostly sunny; Colder; NW wind 5-15 mph & gusty early, diminishing PM

Hi: 51 Lo: 35

Mostly sunny; Not as chilly

Hi: 58 Lo: 42

Mostly cloudy with daytime rain possible; Mild

Further Out

Sunday - Partly sunny; Cloudy Sunday night with rain possible; High in the mid 50s; Low in the lower 40s
Monday - Mostly cloudy with mostly morning rain; Mild; High in the upper 50s; Low in the mid 40s

Forecast Discussion

High pressure remains in command of our weather for one more day before a strong and fast-moving cold front impacts the local area overnight and early Wednesday. Tuesday sun yields to increasing cloudiness this evening, with a period of rain expected late tonight, lasting into Wednesday. A rumble of thunder is also possible.

The rain will give way to rapid clearing for Wednesday afternoon. Since the cold air lags the front a ways, it will still be a mild afternoon. Then, colder air will slosh into the mountains by Wednesday night and Thursday.

We will be under the influence of dry high pressure through Friday. Another cold frontal passage will provide some scattered light rain on Saturday. Then, the same front lifts northward as a warm front during Sunday night and Monday, generating more rainfall potential during this time frame.


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