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Forecast Last Updated at Friday, May 27, 2022 at 5:38PM
Lingering Clouds; A Few Showers
A front that moved across the Southern Appalachians this afternoon will keep clouds with a few showers and t-showers around until the evening hours. An unsettled NW flow early Saturday will produce a few showers Saturday morning, mainly on the west side of the Appalachians. Skies clear by Saturday evening. Sunday and Monday are terrific with gradually warmer temperatures.
Hi: 60 Lo: 52
Mostly cloudy; A few showers & t-showers around until the evening hours, then diminishing; Wind becoming NW 5-15 mph and breezy
Hi: 65 Lo: 51
Mostly cloudy AM with a shower possible, mostly on the west side of the Appalachians; PM clearing and pleasant; NW wind 5-15 mph, becoming light by late-day
Hi: 71 Lo: 52
Finally!; Sunny;; Warmer; Light South wind, but 5-10 mph in the afternoon
Hi: 72 Lo: 55
Scattered PM clouds; Warm
Hi: 75 Lo: 56
Scattered clouds; Continued pleasant
Wednesday - Scattered clouds; Trying to squeeze in one more dry day; High in the mid 70s; Low in the upper 50s
Thursday - Becoming mostly cloudy; Scattered PM showers & t-showers; High in the lower 70s; Low in the mid 50s
The "weather of our discontent" is almost over, but we still have a couple of issues to deal with before beautiful weather arrives.
A lagging front moving across the region brought clouds with a few showers and thundershowers this afternoon, tapering off this evening. Skies are generally cloudy this evening with breaks developing tonight.
An upper-level low will pass to our north late tonight and early Saturday. A brisk NW flow around that upper-level low will keep scattered showers in play Saturday morning, mostly on the western escarpment.
High pressure muscles into the Southeast Saturday and will provide several days of pleasant weather. As it moves east, temperatures will warm on a southerly flow. Sunday is pleasant. Monday is pleasant but warmer. Tuesday and Wednesday are summer-like. I may be a little overly optimistic with Tuesday and Wednesday--a renegade afternoon thundershower is not impossible either day, but warm and mostly dry will be the basic theme.
The next front from the west arrives next Friday. Scattered afternoon and overnight thundershowers develop Thursday as the front approaches.
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