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Wolf Laurel , NC

Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 6:57AM

Clear & Cool Fall Morning

It will be a pleasant first day of fall with clear and cool conditions that will last into Wednesday. Wednesday afternoon we'll see clouds build in from the east with some showers for Central North Carolina that could make a run for the Blue Ridge later Wednesday. A new version of the RaysWeather.com app is now available for both Android and Apple products. The new version includes NWS alerts, a refresh button, SplashScreen, and better choices for font sizes.

Tuesday

Hi: 59 Lo: 47

Sunny skies; A great start to fall; Light north wind becoming SE 5-10 mph in the afternoon
Wednesday

Hi: 60 Lo: 47

Mostly sunny daytime, then increasing clouds at night; Cannot rule out evening showers; SE wind 5-15 mph
Thursday

Hi: 61 Lo: 50

Mostly cloudy; Light NE wind
Friday

Hi: 63 Lo: 51

Mostly cloudy; But Warmer
Saturday

Hi: 62 Lo: 51

Decreasing clouds;

Further Out

Sunday - Increasing clouds; Cannot rule out showers; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 50s
Monday - Generally cloudy; Widely scattered showers; High in the lower 60s; Low near 50 degrees

Forecast Discussion

High pressure has settled over the Ohio Valley, while Sunday’s frontal system sits stationary along the coast. An upper level low over Georgia has developed aided by the remnants of Sunday’s frontal system along the coast. As we move into Wednesday with the high over the northeast and a low to the south the overall flow will become easterly from the coast through the end of the week. We expect the high pressure to begin to wedge southwest along the Blue Ridge to help lock in any moisture pushed inland by the easterly flow.

The result of the wedge and easterly flow will be clouds moving in for late Wednesday. For the moment we expect any showers to remain confined to the Piedmont but cannot rule out a stray shower making its way to the foothills Wednesday evening. Thursday we’ll continue to see clouds from the easterly flow that will stick around into Thursday evening, meanwhile a low system develops along the stationary boundary off the Carolina coast. As of right now we do not expect to see any shower move into western NC but our friends at the beach will certainly get wet.

Clouds stick around as the wedge remains in place Friday, but the coastal low that developed kicks out to the Atlantic limiting the available moisture for showers in our easterly flow into early Saturday. We’ll see more sun for Saturday afternoon with the high pressure wedge breaking down and pleasant conditions for the rest of the weekend. We’ll warm up a step for the weekend as we switch to a southwesterly flow. Things change for Monday as low pressure develops along the Gulf coast and makes its way into the Southern Appalachians. We’ll see clouds and showers for Monday as much of the Southeastern U.S. will see rainfall that will last into the mid-week with this low system slowly moving through.

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